Built-in CO2

At the present time, more and more attention is paid to the reduction of CO2 emissions to the atmosphere. MHM technology not only does not emit CO2 during the production of walls and ceilings, as is the case, for example, with ceramic fired elements or cement production, but it binds CO2 in the building contributing to lowering its content in the air.

This is due to the circulation of CO2 in nature. During the growth, plants collect carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and after their death CO2 goes back to the atmosphere through decay and oxidation of wood. If wood is used for construction as a construction material, carbon dioxide will be bound in it throughout the life of the building.

The carbon content in dry coniferous wood is 53%, which means that in the case of an average single-family home 25 tons of CO2 are built-in.