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Use of renewable raw materials - A valuable contribution to climate protection
The forest is a chemical factory powered by the sun - its trees produce carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air, as well as water and nutrients from the soil, wood, bark and foliage. In addition, oxygen (O2) is released. Moreover, this happens without disturbance, without waste and exhaust gases, quietly, environmentally friendly and fully automatically. In addition, the forest fulfils the function of a local recreation area and green lung.
For every cubic metre of wood, a tree has filtered about 900 kilograms of carbon dioxide from the air and stored about 250 kilograms of carbon dioxide.
In this way, more than 20 times as much carbon dioxide is stored in European forests as is emitted annually. Forests and the wood taken from them and processed further thus represent an important sink for the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.
By processing them into particularly wear-resistant and thus long-lasting Delignit® components and systems, the release through rotting or thermal decomposition is delayed and the storage effect is extended by the service life.