Bamboo Textiles

Help turn CO2 into oxygen

Bamboo is grown on mountain sides miles away from the pollution of towns or chemicals, it grows at a rate of 70cm per day so is vigourously renewable and absorbs vast amounts of CO2. It needs no irrigation to supply water, no pesticides or growth agents are needed to make it grow.

“The challenges we face today is to further improve and innovate the uses of bamboo. Since bamboo is the fastest growing plant on earth and a sustainable building material, it could easily substitute all known wood applications without having to cut down entire bamboo groves or plantations. Better yet, bamboo continuously grows after harvest without having to re-plant it. Bamboo also converts about 35% more CO2 into oxygen than a regular tree. The bamboo products we see on the market today, are just the tip of the iceberg, we predict that more and more innovative bamboo applications will enter the consumer markets rapidly. Therefore it is an exciting era to live in if you are also a firm believer of how bamboo can contribute to a greener and cleaner environment. We can't change our consumption based economy, but we can certainly change the resources we use and the way we manufacture our products!. Please note that not all bamboo species are suited for every single application. Some species are edible while most are not, some can be used as structural timber while other only serve for ornamental use or pulp.
18th April 2017, 13:56

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