Label #4d1c

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Calculated by Kroonpress for Coop Kuponghäfte CKB v. 47 on 11.10.2017
1459.4 kg of CO2 per tonne of finished prints
46.6 grams of CO2 per one copy
If you buy one copy, you will have to give up driving 0.32 km in an average new car (2010, EU) to compensate.

Overall weighted data quality: 2.4 1 - highly accurate data, 4 - estimated data from literature
B 47g CO2 ID 4d1c
The classes in comparison
Your product’s class is B with 1459 kgCO2 per tonne used.
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1459 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 5 has a carbon footprint comparable to 300 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
CO2 percentages
Covers paper details
recycled fibre: 0.0%
bleaching: elemental chlorine free and totally chlorine-free mixed (ECF/TCF)
Contents paper details
recycled fibre: 0.0%
bleaching: elemental chlorine free and totally chlorine-free mixed (ECF/TCF)
Printer statistics
Ink consumption: 0.823 g/copy
Paper consumption: 33.875 g/copy
Aluminium consumption: 0.119 g/copy
Natural gas consumption: 1.216 l/copy
Electricity consumption: 0.010 kWh/copy 100.0% renewable sources
District heating consumption: 0.001 kWh/copy 76.1% renewable sources
Water consumption: 0.009 l/copy 23.6% renewable sources
Travelled distance: land 336 km
sea 285 km

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