Learn about the benefits of trees


Growing over 20 years in Ohio, USA, one red maple can:

  • Remove 3,100 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
  • Reduce the emissions of 5,500 pounds of carbon dioxide and 30 pounds of air pollution from a power plant.
  • Save 570 kWh of electricity and 20 MMBtu of fuel for cooling and heating.
  • Intercept 27,000 gallons of rainfall and avoid 4,800 gallons of runoff.
  • Filter 15 pounds of ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide from the air we breathe.

Learn more with a delightful and short video by i-Tree users at BrancheverenigingVHG in the Netherlands: