• June 16, 2021

When the curtains go up… pergolas are coming down!

Posted April 29, 2019 07:48:01A new type of canopy will be installed in New Zealand’s capital, Wellington, to replace the curtains that hang from pergolas as the city continues to struggle to find sustainable solutions to the problem of Auckland’s air pollution.

New Zealand is among the countries grappling with the issue of nitrogen oxide (NOx), which can cause respiratory ailments, such as respiratory ailments such as asthma, that can lead to heart attacks and respiratory distress.

As the new canopy, known as the Pergola, will be rolled out across the city, Wellington’s mayor, Chella Purvis, said it would help alleviate the effects of the city’s ongoing air pollution crisis.

“We are hoping that it will be a way for people to breathe better, and I think it’s a really important step in that direction,” she said.

“It is a beautiful canopy that we can be proud of, and we want to be able to say that Wellington has a beautiful Pergolare.”

The Pergolas that are being installed around Wellington will also be part of a wider plan to reduce nitrogen oxide pollution, as well as making Wellington’s roads more resilient.

“New Zealand’s largest urban centre is also one of the countries most polluted, with nearly 1,200 tonnes of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) per 100,000 people.

The new canopy is the first of its kind to be installed across the capital, and it will cost $5 million to build.

In addition to the canopy, there will be more than 2,000 new pergolic seats in Wellington’s parks, gardens and waterfront, as part of the new pergonal scheme.

The pergolia, which is a tree that grows above the ground, can be planted to fill a hole in a canopy that has collapsed due to high levels of nitrogen in the atmosphere.

It also serves as a buffer between the canopy and the ground.

Auckland is the world’s second-poorest city with a population of about 1.3 million, according to figures released last week by the University of Otago.

The problem has been exacerbated by the fact that the city has a massive amount of land that is currently being cleared for agriculture, but it is not being used to grow pergolis.

The cost of covering the canopy in a way that will reduce the air pollution problem has become an issue, and in recent months the Government has put forward a plan to pay for a new pergaillum canopy.

But the New Zealand Government says the cost of building the canopy will not be prohibitive.”

New Zealanders will not have to pay anything more for their pergolan than a standard car, but they will be entitled to receive a new canopy,” Purvis said.

New figures released by the Government show that the cost to cover Wellington’s new pergal canopy could be as little as $10,000.

The Government is also considering a pilot scheme that will cost less than $5,000 per canopy, to see if it can be rolled into a larger plan to control nitrogen oxide levels.”

I think Wellington has had a lot of problems over the last few years and they’ve been a long-term problem, but we’re also trying to make it a longer-term solution,” Purves said.

New Zealand has been struggling with its air pollution since the 1970s, and is currently one of only five cities in the world where NOx levels are above 80 micrograms per cubic metre.

New guidelines were issued in November by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to reduce NOx and greenhouse gases in the air by 20 per cent by 2030.

New Wellington Mayor Chella-Purvis has said that the new Pergoleans will help reduce the citys current air pollution and increase the citywide area covered by the canopy.

The city’s environment is a priority,” Purces said.