Why Bamboo? – ecoslay

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Why Bamboo?

  • Bamboo grows in a hollow structure which is structurally very efficient it's used all over the world for building and scaffolding. Bamboo’s strength-to-weight ratio is better than that of mild steel. So for a structural application, you need less, which is better for the environment.
    • Pollution is minimized with bamboo cultivation as the plants reduce up to 35% carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and produce more oxygen. Studies have shown that of all the building materials that are used in construction, bamboo is the least hazardous in terms of waste.​Pollution is minimized with bamboo cultivation as the plants reduce up to 35% carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and produce more oxygen. Studies have shown that of all the building materials that are used in construction, bamboo is the least hazardous in terms of waste.
      • ​Bamboo also consumes high quantities of nitrogen which can help reduce water pollution.