Biomass Project – Quebec, Canada
The use of biomass as a fuel generates way less GHG emissions than the use of fossil fuels. Once combusted, biomass emits biogenic CO2. Biogenic CO2 emissions can be defined as CO2 emissions from the combustion or decomposition of biological materials other than fossil fuels. This type of biogenic CO2 is not accounted for as GHG emissions for the quantification. By choosing biomass instead of the common used oil or any other fossil fuels for boilers, Serres Jardins-Nature contributes to reduce GHG emissions.