Why Bamboo?

One of the biggest advantages of bamboo is that it is a fast-growing plant. Bamboo is a grass and can grow up to 90 cm per day, some types of bamboo can reach maturity in as little as three to five years. This makes bamboo a renewable resource, as bamboo can be harvested (or rather, mowed) over and over again without the need to replant.

Bamboo is also very strong and durable. Bamboo has a higher compressive strength than wood, brick or concrete and a tensile strength similar to that of steel. This makes it a great material for construction, flooring, furniture and other applications that require strength and stability.


The benefits are endless!

In addition to being strong and renewable, bamboo is also naturally resistant to pests and requires little water to grow. This along with its ability to absorb relatively large amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere makes bamboo a very environmentally friendly crop.

The benefits of


Bamboo growth

Bamboo is a grass species known for its rapid growth and versatility. Bamboo species can grow up to 90cm per day and reach maturity in just a few years. Bamboo is considered one of the most sustainable and environmentally friendly plants in the world. Bamboo requires very little water, pesticides or fertilizer to grow, and it can be harvested without destroying the plant.


Better than wood?

Speed of growth

Bamboo is a renewable resource as it can grow quickly and be harvested in 3-5 years. This makes it a more sustainable option compared to traditional hardwoods that take decades to mature.

CO2 absorption

Bamboo is also known for its ability to absorb large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere. This makes it an effective means of mitigating the effects of climate change and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.


Bamboo can be used in a variety of applications, including construction, textiles, paper products and food products. Its versatility is useful in many industries and bamboo can be processed into various forms, such as poles, boards, fibers and more.


Bamboo releases 40% more oxygen and absorbs 35% more CO2 than an equivalent tree. And thus helps improve the environment.


Impact on nature

Bamboo has extensive root systems, which helps prevent soil erosion by holding the soil in place. The extensive root systems also allow bamboo to access water and nutrients from deeper soil layers, which can help maintain moisture in the soil. This is especially beneficial in areas that are prone to drought or have poor soil quality.


Useful for construction

Bamboo is a naturally strong and durable material due to its unique cell structure and composition. The strength of bamboo is similar to that of traditional hardwoods, making it suitable for construction and other applications that require a sturdy material. Bamboo can also be processed to have even stronger properties through various methods such as lamination.