Portland cement is a widely used construction material that is responsible for a significant amount of carbon dioxide emissions. between 900 and 1100 kg of CO2 is emitted for every 1000 kg of Portland cement produced

The amount of CO2 emissions depends on the fuel type, raw ingredients used, and the energy efficiency of the cement plant

-30% circular material

-90% Eco Elite Cement

1 cubic meter is equal to 852.11336848478 kilo gram

x 5.5 cubic meter = 4,686.62352666629

-30% circular material

To find a 30% decrease in quantity of 4,686.62352666629

New Quantity = 4,686.62352666629 * (100% - 30%) / 100%

= 4,686.62352666629 * 70% / 100%

= 3,280.6364686664 kg of CO2

Therefore, a 30% decrease in quantity of 4,686.62352666629 is 3,280.6364686664 kg of CO2

-90% Eco Elite Cement

To find a 90% decrease in quantity of 3,280.6364686664

New Quantity = 3,280.6364686664 * (100% - 90%) / 100%

= 3,280.6364686664 * 10% / 100%

= 328.06364686664 kg of CO2

Therefore, a 90% decrease in quantity of 3,280.6364686664 is 328.06364686664 kg of CO2

Substituting the values, we get percentage reduction of CO2 emissions from 4,686.62352666629 kg to 328.06364686664 kg is approximately 99.99%.

1 cubic meter to kilo gram = 852.11337 kilo gram

2 cubic meter to kilo gram = 1704.22674 kilo gram

3 cubic meter to kilo gram = 2556.34011 kilo gram

4 cubic meter to kilo gram = 3408.45347 kilo gram

5 cubic meter to kilo gram = 4260.56684 kilo gram

6 cubic meter to kilo gram = 5112.68021 kilo gram

7 cubic meter to kilo gram = 5964.79358 kilo gram

8 cubic meter to kilo gram = 6816.90695 kilo gram

9 cubic meter to kilo gram = 7669.02032 kilo gram

10 cubic meter to kilo gram = 8521.13368 kilo gram

In England, the most common tree species used for carbon offsetting purposes are oak, beech, and silver birch. These species have varying CO2 absorption rates an average absorption rate of 10 kilograms of CO2 per tree per year.

To calculate the number of trees needed to offset a specific amount of CO2 emissions in England, we can use the same formula:

Number of trees = Total CO2 emissions / CO2 absorption per tree per year

Let's offset 4,300 kilograms [5.5m3] of CO2 emissions:

Number of trees = 4,300 kg / 10 kg/tree/year

Number of trees = 430 trees

Therefore, approximately 430 trees would be needed to offset or abate 4,300 kilograms of CO2 emissions in England's climate. It's important to note that this is still an estimate, and factors like tree species, growth rates, and local environmental conditions can influence the precise CO2 absorption capacity of trees.