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FlexFire series now climate neutral!

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FlexFire series now climate neutral! - First climate-neutral outdoor stove FlexFire | Wikatech

The FlexFire Series is carbon neutral

Our FlexFire Series is carbon neutral

How exactly does this work?

  1. Calculation of our greenhouse gas emissions

Together with ClimatePartner, we have measured the carbon emissions that occur during the manufacture of FlexFire through raw materials, packaging, logistics and disposal: this is known as the Product Carbon Footprint.

  1. Avoidance and reduction

Where possible, we avoid and reduce our CO2 emissions. We reduce the use of plastics to a minimum and use green electricity whenever possible. Our company headquarters are powered by solar power from the roof. We update the PCF regularly and thus have an overview of the success of our measures.

  1. Carbon offset through a certified project

We offset all unavoidable CO2 emissions from the FlexFire Series by supporting a climate action project. As a result of this, the the FlexFire Series is certified carbon neutral. Climate action projects save CO2 emissions - for example, through reforestation or the replacement of harmful technologies with climate-friendly alternatives. More information about our climate protection project can be found at 16616-2109-1001.

  1. The label „carbon neutral“

We mark the FlexFire Series with the independent label "carbon neutral", and consequently enable our customers to understand how the product has become carbon neutral and learn more about the climate action project. This label therefore provides our customers with full transparency regarding the carbon neutrality of our products.  

Our carbon offset project

To compensate for our CO2 emissions, we support a recognised climate action project certified according to international standards: the aim of the project is reforestation in Germany. Trees are planted regionally, and our environment is protected. Further information can be found at: We decided on this project because it takes place in Germany. So it is easier for us to visit the project and the forest here in Germany is improved.

CO2 slider

With this slider you can see what uses how much CO2: