Fiber hemp is a rapidly renewable natural resource. Specialists allocate cannabis with the most ecologically beneficial plants in the world. Fibrous cannabis resumes growth every season and is therefore extremely environmentally friendly. In just 100 days, this type of cannabis can grow four meters high, allowing obtaining raw materials for the construction of a 100-square-meter house from just 1 hectare of field with this plant. These plants are like a counterweight to global warming – fiber cannabis traps the atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) while growing. The amount of fiber hemp used to create 1 square meter of hemp bio-composite binds up to 30 kg of CO2 to the bio-composite, and when you build 1 square meter of walls with traditional construction materials – it is the other way around, and up 100 kg of carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere.
Co2 (CARBON DIOXIDE)
Atmospheric air consists of 20% oxygen (O2), 79% nitrogen (N2) and 1% of various gaseous substances. One such substance is carbon dioxide CO2. In clean air, at the forest at the seashore, the CO2 concentration is 350-400 ppm (0.035-0.04%). When CO2 concentration in the air exceeds 600 ppm (0.06%), a regular person starts feeling discomfort, which is resulting in the feeling of insufficient air for breathing, head dizziness and pain.