What is Greenworks?

Greenworks develops engineered natural solutions to improve air quality and enhance green infrastructure in urban environments. We are about proving that going green really works, through collaborative work with leading experts and by providing measured results for developers and planning authorities.   
 We develop our own range of biotechnologies in collaboration with industry and academia, and provide measured results of their impact on air quality.  
 We work with designers and manufacturers of air handling equipment, using our knowledge of vegetation and bacteria based processes to provide naturally enhanced filtration.  

We work with designers and manufacturers of green walls/roofs, planters &  other green infrastructure to improve air cleaning performance through air-flow optimisation.

How Can Greenworks Help You?

Greenworks offers a diverse design consultancy service tailored to each individual project. Depending on the stage of design development, and the desired level of intellectual property ownership, we provide expert design input to the following extents:  

Collaboration Incorporating Greenworks IP


Fully Designed by Greenworks

  • Have an existing product that deals with air supply through passive or mechanical means
  • Client wishes to retain full intellectual property rights 
  • Have an in-development product where the potential for natural enhancement has been identified
  • Client utilises Greenworks technology within design
  • Greenworks has designed and developed a range of biotechnology products based on research carried out in collaboration with industry and academia
  • Find out more about our biotechnology range and how it might suit you!


With the perils of poor air quality becoming more and more talked about, greater emphasis has been placed on reducing emissions and cleaning up our city air. So much so, that planning authorities have begun to put more weight behind this when granting planning permission to developments in designated air quality management zones.  
In order to make way for further development, we need effective means of mitigating the high levels of air pollution which will affect both occupants and the surrounding area.
This can be achieved through direct filtration of supply air to a building with the use of mechanical and chemical filters...
Alternatively, this could also be achieved through specially developed methods of enhanced natural filtration. And with the addition of integrated biological elements within building and street infrastructure, we can also contribute to the overall ecological-security of our urban environment, as well as a host of other benefits such as increased flood attenuation and bio-diversity.