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Wood carcass house
A+ -530kg CO2/t ID aeb9
This house has a net carbon footprint of -26 106 kg of CO2, taking into account both the emitted CO2 from fossil fuel use as well as the captured CO2 during the photosynthesis of the wood material.
|49.2||t is the weight of the house|
|-26,105.7||kg of CO2 per whole house|
|24,391.0||kg of CO2 (emitted)|
|50,496.6||kg of CO2 (sequestered)|
|-530.2||kg of CO2 per tonne|
-530 kg CO2/t
463 kg CO2/t
|131.0||t is the weight of an equivalent brick house|
|60,611.5||kg of CO2 per whole house|
|60,611.5||kg of CO2 (emitted)|
|0.0||kg of CO2 (sequestered)|
|462.8||kg of CO2 per tonne|
Your product’s class is A+ with -530 kgCO2 per tonne.
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-530 kg CO2
"A+" class houses are carbon negative and sequester more CO2 within their wood fibre than is released during the production of the house. Loghouses belong to this class.
A-class houses are carbon neutral or carbon positive up to 500 kgCO2/t. Most wooden houses fall in this category.
B-class emissions range from 500 to 1000 kgCO2/t. A simple brick or concrete house would fall in this category.
C-class emissions range from 1000 to 1500 kgCO2/t. Most complex brick or concrete houses would fall in this category.
D-class emissions range from 1500 to 2000 kgCO2/t. Brick or concrete houses of this class contain a lot of glass, insulation and metal.
E-class emissions range from 2000 to 2500 kgCO2/t. A house built of plastic Lego bricks would fall in this category.
F-class emissions remain above 2500 kgCO2/t. A house built of stainless steel would fall in this category.