Gas stations are places where many components affect air quality. Benzene, which enters the air during the refueling process, and exhaust gases from running engines restrict air quality. So it’s time for more moss at German gas stations. The CityBreeze bio-moss filter is located at the Shell service station in Wildau in Brandenburg. The living mosses in the CityBreeze can bind and metabolize soot particles as well as harmful gases and convert harmless biomass. The natural cleaning power is enhanced and stabilized by the use of smart sensor technology, irrigation and ventilation. We are optimistic that this will not be the last gas station to use the combination of natural air purification and 75 inch screen.