In a recent study carried out by HP Australia and Planet Ark, it was found that 9 in 10 Australians are concerned about their sustainability and impact on the environment. Involved in the study were businesses and consumers alike, and all agreed that from start to finish, Australians care about the type of impact they’re making on the world around them. Bamboo creates high-quality products with peace of mind at their core, whether they’re soft bamboo fabrics or sturdy bamboo toys and home goods.
Bamboo is one of the world’s single fastest growing low-maintenance plants. Some bamboo species can grow as much as 90 centimetres in a single day, and this natural tropical grass has the ability to replenish itself with little to no help at all. At full maturity, some bamboo plants can grow as high as 15 metres in as little as 4 years, with 4 to 6 new shoots popping up from a single plant each year of the plant’s life. This speedy growth allows the harvest of bamboo to be minimally invasive while the plant allows for the creation of clothing, woods, toys, décor, towels, sheets and more.
On top of being eco-friendly, bamboo is also the perfect material for all kinds of products. Fabrics made from bamboo are naturally hypo-allergenic, cashmere soft, antibacterial, anti-static, and naturally temperature-regulating. Simply put, bamboo is one of the most comfortable cloth options you will ever come across.