Yes, they can. Plants help to filter and enhance the air. One square meter of a green roof can help filter 0.2 kgs of smog and aerosol dust particles every year. Including this, green roofs absorb nitrates and other harmful materials in the air that get caught up in the rainfall.
Green roofs can also help with stormwater retention, they can be a great habitat for city dwelling animals and plants, and they help decrease the heat that builds up in urban areas.
Yes, green roofs can help you to decrease smog problem. Also green roofs contribute to the decreases of a number of polluting air elements and compound not only through the plants themselves, but also by deposition in the growing medium itself.
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