SerZinc company minimizes its CO2 footprint by travelling as much as possible with the train and carpooling. The CO2 generated despite these efforts will be compensated by planting trees in the Philippines and in Romania, a country that had suffered major deforestation.
To compensate its CO2 footprint, SerZinc plants, in 2019, 1200 mangroves in the Philippines and 50 apple trees in Romania. Here is the summary of the CO2 rejected by SerZinc in 2019 :
|Kilometers traveled||Kilograms of carbon dioxide emitted
1 hectare of mangroves catches 110 kilograms of carbon each days.
|name of the tree||Number of plants planted||Rate of live plants||Number of plants per hectare||Number of hectares planted
|Kilogram of Carbonne fixed per hectare per day||CO2 fixed per year|
|kg C/ha*day||kg of CO2/ha*jour||kg|