How Eco friendly is Bamboo?

How Eco friendly is Bamboo?

May 05, 2015

Bamboo is one of the greatest materials you can use to promote sustainable living.

  • Bamboo can mature in only 5-7 years while trees can take up to 30 years.
  • Unlike other crops it requires minimal water, no pesticide and no fertilizer.
  • Don't forget it also produces 35% more oxygen than trees per the same amount of space.
  • It can be cultivated in many different climates and regions.
  • Bamboo is easily Biodegradable and decomposes very rapidly back into soil.
  • Requires less dye than cotton for coloring.

Ultimately bamboo is as good as it gets when it comes to environmentally friendly materials!

 



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