The glass greenhouse is equipped with energy-saving screens and sustainable integrated pest management through insect netting, making it an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional greenhouses. The microclimate inside this high-tech greenhouse enhances the quality of the crops and maintains their health, and it is less susceptible to the effects of various weather conditions in the region.
It was Rufepa, the main contractor in this project, who provided the design, the grow systems and building expertise to their client Tomates Lis, while BOAL supplied the roofing system, insect netting, and screen solutions. Together, the three companies successfully brought Tomates Lis' vision of sustainable and efficient horticulture to life. Fred Tanke is happy with the result: “We are proud to have played a part in this innovative project in the region. Together with trusted greenhouse builder Rufepa, with their local building expertise combined with our engineering power, we were the perfect match for Tomates Lis' high-tech project.”
With phase one already completed and in full operation, and phase two underway, Tomates Lis is pushing the boundaries of sustainable farming. The glass greenhouse equipped with energy-saving screens and sustainable integrated pest management through insect netting has proven to be the right choice for Tomates Lis.
In conclusion, the collaboration of Tomates Lis, Rufepa and BOAL has resulted in the successful creation of a high-tech glass greenhouse. It is a testament to their shared goal of excellence and their commitment to bringing sustainable and efficient horticulture to the Valencian Community.
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