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“GO GREEN – SAVE THE EARTH”                                                                                  ( Click to read more information about Bamboo)          
Bamboo is the most environmentally friendly natural resource on the planet. It can be harvested every 5 years as opposed to a hardwood tree that would
take 20 years. We can all make a difference in our own little way. Choose bamboo over wood.           

Bamboo Test

  • ABRASION RESISTANCE: 346 grams = 012 ounces.
  • FLAMMABILITY: Passes with a CLASS I
  • CHEMICAL AND STAIN RESISTANCE: Acetic Acid (6%) Acetone Ammonium Hydroxide (11%) Toluene
    Detergent Solution Ethyl Alcohol (48%) Hydrochloric Acid (11%) Turpentine Heavy Duty (.026%) Hydrogen
    Peroxide (3.2%) Soap Solution (1.1%) sodium hydroxide (1%)
  • INDENTATION RESISTANCE: Average hardness of 1645 (27% harder than northern red oak and 14% harder
    than hard maple)
  • DIMENSIONAL STABILITY: Dimensional change coefficient of .00145 . ( 51% more stable than red oak)
  • COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: A) Parallel to Grain= 7,545 PSI B) Perpendicular to Grain =2,563 PSI C) Flat
    wise = 16,922PSI at 50% Strain. (Load to compress to 1/2 thickness)
  • BENDING STRENGTH: 13,602 PSI
  • BENDING ELASTICITY MODULUS: 943,445 PSI

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Bamboo has a role to play. The planet is deteriorating all around us and it seems that people are just getting used to it rather than doing anything about
it. The social, political and economic implications are unimaginable as our ozone layer thins, forest disappear and deserts form, disease rages,
earthquakes destroy, housing evaporates and food supplies dwindle.

Bamboo has a role to play. Perhaps the environmental crises at hand have not touched your life, but the time will come. The earth desperately needs
the attention and action of all of us or our children's children will surely not have a world fit to live in.

There is no one solution but amazingly, the simple bamboo plant can make a dramatic positive impact in many areas. It is our goal to inform and raise
awareness about "People, The Environment and Bamboo" and give people the tools and information to then respond in their own way in their own
world. Every action counts, every person counts...

AND BAMBOO HAS AN IMPORTANT ROLE TO PLAY. BAMBOO IS:

  • The fastest growing renewable resource
  •  A critical element in the balance of oxygen and carbon
dioxide in the atmosphere
  • A viable replacement for wood
  • An enduring natural resource
  • Versatile with a short growth cycle
  • A critical element of the economy
  • An essential structural material in earthquake
architecture
  • A renewable resource for afro forestry production.
  • A natural controllable barrier
  • An ancient medicine
  • Integrally involved in culture and the arts


THE FACTS of BAMBOO IS:

The fastest growing woody plant on this planet. It grows one third faster than the fastest growing tree. Some species can grow up to 1 meter per day.
One can almost "watch it grow". This growth pattern makes it easily accessible in a minimal amount of time. Size ranges from miniatures to towering
calms of 60 meters.

A critical element in the balance of oxygen / carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Bamboo i s the fastest growing canopy for the regrinding of degraded
areas and generates more oxygen than equivalent stand of trees. It lowers light intensity and protects against ultraviolet rays and is an atmospheric
and soil purifier.

A viable replacement for wood. Bamboo is one of the strongest building materials. Bamboo's tensile strength is 28,000 per square inch versus 23,000
for steel. In the tropics is it possible to plant and grow your own bamboo home. In a plot 20m x 20m2, in the course of 5 years, two 8m x 8m homes
can be constructed from the harvest. Every year after that the yield is one additional house per plot.

An enduring natural resource. Bamboo can be selectively harvested annually. Bamboo provided the first re-greening in Hiroshima after the atomic
blast in 1945. Thomas Edison successfully used a carbonized bamboo filament in his first experiment with the light bulb.

Versatile with a short growth cycle. There are over 1000 species of bamboo on the earth. The diversity makes bamboo adaptable to many
environments. It can be harvested in 3-5 years versus 10-20 years for most softwoods. Bamboo tolerates extremes of precipitation, from 30-250
inches of annual rainfall.

A critical element of the economy. Bamboo and its related industries already provide income, food and housing to over 2.2 billion people worldwide.
There is a 3-5 year return on investment for a new bamboo plantation versus 8-10 years for rattan. Governments such as India, China and Burma with
19,800,000 hectares of bamboo reserves collectively, have begun to focus attention on the economic factors of bamboo production.

An essential structural material in earthquake architecture. In Limon, Costa Rica, only the bamboo houses from the National Bamboo Project stood
after their violent earthquake in 1992. Flexible and lightweight bamboo enables structures to dangers  in earthquakes.

A renewable resource for afro forestry products. Bamboo is a high-yield renewable natural resource: ply bamboo is now being used for wall paneling,
floor tiles; bamboo pulp, for paper making, briquettes for fuel, raw material for housing construction, and rebar for reinforced concrete beams.

A soil conservation tool. Bamboo is exquisite component of landscape design. It's anti-erosion properties create an effective watershed, stitching the
soil together along fragile river banks, deforested areas, and in places prone to earthquakes and mud slides. The sum of stem flow rate and canopy
intercept of bamboo is 25% which means that bamboo greatly reduces rain run-off, preventing massive soil erosion.

An ancient medicine. Bamboo has for centuries been used in Ayurveda and Chinese acupuncture. The powdered hardened secretion from bamboo is
used internally to treat asthma, coughs and can be used a an aphrodisiac. In China, ingredients from the root of the black bamboo help treat kidney
disease. Roots and leaves have also been used to treat venereal disease and cancer. Sap is said to reduce fever and ash will cure prickly heat.
Current research point to bamboo's potential in a number of medicinal uses.

Integrally involved in culture and the arts. Bamboo is a mystical plant as a symbol of strength, flexibility, tenacity, endurance and compromise.
Throughout Asia, bamboo has for centuries been integral to religions ceremonies, art, music and daily life. It is the paper, the brush and the inspiration
of poems and paintings. Among the earliest historical records, 2nd century B.C. were written on green bamboo strips strung together in a bundle with
silk thread. Instruments made of bamboo create unique resonance.

A food source: Bamboo shoots provide nutrition for million of people worldwide. In Japan, the antioxidant properties of pulverized bamboo bark
prevents bacterial growth and its used a natural food preservative. Bamboo litter make fodder for animals and food for fish. Taiwan alone consumes
80,000 tons of bamboo shoots annually constituting at $50 million industry.

A landscape design element. Bamboo is an exquisite component of landscape design. For the human environment, bamboo provides shade, wind
break, acoustical barriers and aesthetic beauty.

"Why Bamboo" provided by: Environmental Bamboo Foundation
from http://kauai.net/bambooweb/whybamboo.html
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