Fast-growing. Bamboo is in the grass family, so it grows incredibly fast for a woody plant and grows back very quickly after harvesting. compared to hardwood trees, that take 30 years to reach the harvestable stage. bamboo has a unique rhizome-dependent system and can grow up to two feet in a day.
Fresh. Bamboo can absorb more carbon dioxide than an equivalent stand of trees. bamboo also produces 35% more oxygen than trees
100% Biodegradable. Bamboo fiber is not only biodegradable, but also incredibly absorbent and soft. the US has about 4 million newborns every year, and so that would be about 12 million babies between the ages of 0-3. and if the average baby goes through 4-5 diapers per day, that's just 48-60 million diapers, every, day.
Environment supportive. Bamboo is excellent for watershed protection and soil remediation. It provides nutrients into the soil and prevents riverbank erosion. bamboo also helps mitigate water pollution due to its high nitrogen consumption
Clean. Bamboo fiber is naturally antibacterial
Natural. No fertilizers or pesticides are required to grow.
Little water required. in many climates, after bamboo is mature (3-5 years) it doesn't require watering