Floating island 100 x 100 cm with 25 holes arranged in a checkerboard pattern. Each hole can accommodate a potted plant P9 and has an opening at the bottom for the exit of the roots.
The bottom is in foam while the top is in coconut fiber (highly filtering material). These two layers are bound together by a sturdy polypropylene mesh.
Floating islands can also be inserted into lakes in structures made up of several modules linked together.
The plants placed on the floating structures develop their roots directly in the water, enormously increasing the phytodepuration in existing lakes.
The shading effect of the islands also helps to reduce water heating in the warmer seasons and provides shelter for fish (very suitable in lakes with koi carp).