Bamboo Panels - Lamboo LVB - Sustainable Future

In the world we live in today with global warming, sparse fossil fuels, endangered species, land degradation, pollution, soil erosion, deforestation, habitat destruction, nuclear meltdown, ozone depletion, resource depletion, toxins, herbicides, pesticides, and wild fires we are proud to offer you the most sustainable, fastest growing, environmentally and economically friendly products on the market. Lamboo in comparison to timber takes 4 years to fully mature, where as timber on average takes 25 to 50 years to mature. Lamboo has 3 times the structural capacity of timber, achieving longer spans which allows for use of less material. Bamboo can be harvested without replanting, due to its root structure and grass like features, which eliminate soil erosion. Unlike other crops, bamboo requires little or no pesticides to grow, because of a natural bio-agent that is bound to the plant at the molecular level. There is no comparison as far as yield per acre; bamboo can be harvested at a rate of 14 tons of usable fiber per acre every four to six years. In comparison, 8 tons of timber can be harvested per acre every 25 years. Timber is and has been an excellent fiber source, but bamboo is another source of fiber that cannot be ignored. Bamboo as a resource is the most sustainable plant used in the manufacturing of structural and architectural systems. It has many uses, many species, versatility, and much more. It offers value to the planet and the life on it. Lamboo, Inc. is as sustainable as its products. They are creating new jobs in the U.S. and Latin American nations. They are streamlining their operations for shipping and logistics; they customize each individual order to eliminate waste of resources and time. The four species of bamboo that are used are not used as a food source or habitat for any animals. Every element of operations has been carefully monitored and reevaluated to ensure the best possible products, services and future for our company and our planet.


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