FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN SAVE GHG EMISSIONS
Biomass is carbon neutral. The carbon released when burning biomass does not count in the net rise of CO2 emissions into atmosphere. Therefore, should you have used the same calorific amount during this month by burning biomass, you would have saved a net rise of xyz kg* of CO2 in the atmosphere.
*Based on Joint Research Centre scientific report on the default and input values for greenhouse gas emissions of biomass.
HEY! Did you perhaps notice that the amount of GHG emissions weighs more than the product itself?! Interesting, right?
We can explain why:
It is because every carbon atom emitted combines with two more Oxygen atoms found in the atmosphere!