Since we are aware of the various environmental impacts that fireworks can have, we have placed the environment at the heart of our priorities.
The average amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere during the use of amateur fireworks in Canada is 100 grams. Taking into account certain variables, it is estimated that a tree absorbs more than 30 kg of CO2 per year. Thus, our program offsets nearly 300 times the negative carbon impact of our products.
Carbon is part of the life cycle. Several natural elements sequester carbon from the atmosphere and store it. These elements are called "carbon sinks". A carbon sink is a natural or artificial reservoir that absorbs carbon from the atmosphere and therefore helps to reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.The forest ecosystem is, after oceanic plankton and along with peatlands and grasslands, the world's largest natural carbon sink, essential to the carbon cycle. It accumulates huge amounts of carbon in the wood, roots, soil and ecosystem through photosynthesis. Trees absorb CO2 from the atmosphere, storing some of the carbon removed and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere.
Our strategy allows us to fully offset the CO2 emissions from the use of the fireworks we sell in order to reduce the impact of climate change.
During our professional shows, we have a 0-carbon protocol. To learn more about the various measures we take during our pyrotechnic performances, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.