Living The Bamboo Life
Bamboo as a plant is naturally pest resistant, 100% biodegradable, antifungal, antibacterial, and regrows to its adult size in 3 to 5 years.
One of the biggest environmental benefits of bamboo is its ability to absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Compared to an equivalent tree mass, bamboo produces 35% more oxygen and research has shown that bamboo can absorb as much as 12 tonnes of carbon dioxide per hectare per year.
Bamboo is a super plant.
If the next Avengers movie stars ‘Bamboo Man’, I wouldn’t be surprised. Bamboo is often labeled ‘the world’s most renewable material’ and is the fastest-growing woody plant in the world. It can grow up to four feet in one day, no joke. The panda’s kryptonite absorbs five times more carbon dioxide and produces 35% more oxygen than a similar group of trees.
Why is bamboo so good?
Bamboo is a crucial element in the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. A grove of bamboo release 35% more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees. Because of this, planting bamboo is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and help fight global warming. Bamboo is a viable replacement for wood.
Bamboo provides numerous markets the benefits of high power, high energy, safety, lighter weight and extensive cycle life out of a battery. Bamboo LiFePO4 batteries offer more usable energy compared to Lead Acid batteries.