Eco-friendly Materials – BAMBOO

There are many species of bamboo, and they are among the world’s fastest-growing plants. If the soil and climate are right, some bamboos can grow up to 39 inches (100 cm) or more in a single day. Bamboo reaches its full size within 3 to 4 months, and within 3 to 7 years the stalk hardens enough for use in construction. One hectare of land can yield up to 60 tons of bamboo. Trees, in contrast, can take decades to reach their full size, and yield only 20 tons per hectare. Bamboo can be made into kitchenware, furniture, decorative objects, and storage product.

Eco-friendly Materials – Concrete product

1. Environmentally sustainable
2. Usage life is unlimited
3. Heat-resistant and compressive strength
4. Color is ultraviolet rays-proof and guaranteed from fading
5. raw material of cement is radiation-proof
6. material can be return to nature

Eco-friendly Materials – RECYCLED PLASTIC

PET bottles are from Post-consumer waste. Post-consumer PET is often sorted into different color fractions. The sorted post-consumer PET waste is crushed, pressed into bales. The further treatment process includes crushing, washing, separating, drying and shredding the material into small fragments. These fragments still contain residues of the original content, shredded paper labels and plastic caps. These are removed by different processes, resulting in pure PET fragments, or "PET flakes". PET flakes are used as the raw material for a range of products. Examples include polyester fibers (a base material for the production of storage baskets).