Why bamboo is regarded as the world’s most renewable material
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world making it a highly sustainable material. Here are some facts you may not know about earths super plant!
It absorbs 30% more Carbon Dioxide and produces 35% more Oxygen than trees.
Bamboo grows to its fully mature size in just 3-4 years compared to tress which take more than 30 years.
In the perfect climate, bamboo can grow 3 feet in just 24 hours!
Bamboo is actually a grass, and so after harvesting it doesn’t need to be re-planted.
It requires no pesticides or harsh chemicals to grow. Rain water does the job perfectly.
Bamboo is extremely strong yet, lightweight. Some countries use it as scaffolding in the construction of buildings!
Naturally, bamboo contains many antibacterial properties – ensuring hygiene of the highest standards.
Bamboo is commercially grown in Asia – it is known as ‘The kingdom of bamboo’ because it provides the perfect climate for bamboo to thrive.