Bamboo fiber has the characteristics of good air permeability, antibacterial, antistatic, and environmental protection. As a clothing fabric, the fabric is soft and comfortable; as knitted fabric, it is moisture-absorbing, breathable, and UV-resistant; as bedding, it is cool and comfortable, antibacterial, antibacterial, and healthy; As socks or bath towels, it is antibacterial, deodorant and tasteless. Although the price is slightly higher, it has incomparable superior performance.
IS BAMBOO SUSTAINABLE?
Bamboo is a sustainable building material because it grows 15 times faster than other traditional lumber like pine. Bamboo also self-regenerates using its own roots to replenish the grass after harvest. Building with Bamboo Helps Save Forests.
- Forests cover 31% of all Earth’s land.
- Every year 22 million acres of forested land is lost.
- 1.6 billion people’s livelihoods depend on forests.
- Forests are home to 80% of terrestrial biodiversity.
- Trees used for timber take 30 to 50 years to regenerate to their full mass, whereas one bamboo plant can be harvested every 3 to 7 years.
Fast-growing and sustainable
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on the planet, with some species growing up to 1 metre in 24 hours! It doesn’t need to be replanted and will keep growing after being harvested. Bamboo only takes 5 years to mature, compared to most trees which take around 100 years.
Post time: May-14-2022