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National Audio- Visual Conservation Center Culpeper, VA

 

Providing  green roof media  for over 20 years with over 600 green roof projects covering well over two million square feet supporting  healthy plants .

INTENSIVE, EXTENSIVE,  LAWN, and  MEDIA  for  ROOFTOP STORMWATER  Applications

Benefits of Stalite Expanded Slate based Green Roof Media

  • Porous for additional storage and retention capacity to reduce runoff and water needs

  • CEC  greater than  12 me/100g increases filtration and nutrient retention; also reduces organic needs in media

  • High permeability with moisture retention for consistent hydro-conductivity

  • Deep aeration for roots and beneficial microbes

  • pH Balanced

  • Meets FLL Guidelines

  • Available in bulk or super sacks , can be blown into place

  • Qualifies for LEED® Pre-Consumer Recycled Product

  • Won’t clog filter fabrics.

  • 20 year track record

 

Quality  components include:  Graded Stalite  expanded slate,  USGA  rootzone sand,  aged pine bark fines  and only certified compost,  NO  sewage sludge,  NO biosolids  or manures.

Since 1992 STALITE-Enviromental has been supplying the green-roof industry with the most specified and successful green roof growing media in the United States. Included  are some of the most prestigious award winning green roofs in America.  High profile projects include: Ford Motor Company's River Rouge Truck Plant in Dearborn MI, the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta,  Nashville Public Square, Lowes Corporate Headquarters in Charlotte NC, High Tech Center in Farrington WV, ASLA Headquarters,  Coastguard  Headquarters, National Museum of African American History and Culture and the Asian Trail at the National Zoo in Washington DC. University green roofs include  The U.S. Navel Academy  University of Virginia, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, MIT, University of South Carolina ,NC State University, Duke  University , Appalachian State, and the  Universities of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Charlotte and Asheville.