|Calculated by Äripäev AS for Imeline Ajalugu, 2/2023 on 18.01.2023|
|712.2||kg of CO2 per tonne of finished prints|
|135.3||grams of CO2 per one copy|
If you buy one copy, you will have to give up driving 1.25 km in an average new car (2020, EU) to compensate.
|Overall weighted data quality: 2.0||1 - highly accurate data, 4 - estimated data from literature|
A 135g CO2 ID 0221
Your product’s class is A with 712 kgCO2 per tonne used.
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712 kg CO2
Top tier! A-class prints contain more carbon in the product than is released during production!
B-class print emissions are comparable to the carbon content in the product
The iPhone 12 has a carbon footprint comparable to 323 average C-class magazines
The carbon footprint of a cheeseburger is comparable to ten average D-class magazines
A 2-litre Coke has a carbon footprint comparable to one average E-class magazine
A tonne of F-class prints have a similar carbon footprint to the production of a Citroën C1 car
|Ink consumption:||4.585 g/copy|
|Paper consumption:||206.176 g/copy|
|Aluminium consumption:||1.012 g/copy|
|Natural gas consumption:||6.140 l/copy|
|Electricity consumption:||0.076 kWh/copy||100.0% renewable sources|
|District heating consumption:||0.009 kWh/copy||76.1% renewable sources|
|Water consumption:||0.065 l/copy||0.0% renewable sources|
land 189 km
sea 0 km