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Bamboo Decking
Natural beautiful looking to a green future
Bamboo Cladding
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Perfection to the finest details
Bambrella is the strongest
Bamboo parasol
Dimension lumber
With bamboo laminating
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Bamboo is a more sustainable choice of building material than conventional hardwood species or "lumber." The growth of bamboo as a building supply is taking the pressure off of old growth traditional hardwood forests. The key factors contributing to the sustainability of bamboo are its characteristic rapid growth and its reduction of environmental toxins.


Fast Regeneration
Trees used for conventional wood take 30-50 years to regenerate to their full mass. In the meantime, there is less oxygen produced, less carbon dioxide consumed, and more soil runoff in the spot where the tree was harvested - all producing harmful environmental effects. When it comes to sustainability, bamboo has traditional lumber beat in every category...

Bamboo is named ‘the fastest growing plant on Earth’
Some species have been measured to grow over 1 meter in 24 hours. A pole of bamboo can regenerate to its full mass in just six months!

Bamboo can be continuously re-harvested every 3 years, without causing damage to the plant system and surrounding environment. During the time it takes to regenerate, the bamboo plant's root system stays intact so erosion is prevented. Continuous harvesting of this woody grass every 3-7 years, actually improves the overall health of the plant. Bamboo needs no pesticides or herbicides to grow well. It sequesters carbon dioxide and is carbon neutral.


Giant Panda Eating Bamboo Resized

Bamboo can help eliminate global warming
The plants produce a great deal of oxygen, and can process large quantities of carbon dioxide emissions. Since it grows in diverse climates, it can be planted in strategic areas to control emissions and reduce carbon dioxide gas from other sources.

Bamboo can restore lands that suffer from degradation
It is able to grow in such diverse climates that it can actually restore lands that were over-farmed, overgrazed, or poorly treated. As a durable plant, most harvesting methods do not kill it, so the topsoil is held in place and further nourished by the falling leaves, protecting agricultural lands for generations of plants to come.

All Bamdura® products are provided in a ultra low Formaldehyde emission: 0.1 mg/L, (European standards for formaldehyde are 1 ≤ 1.5). The use of water during the production process is reduced by the use of steam. This method reduces pollution to a minimum


Bamdura ® is FSC certified

FSC stands for Forest Steward Council shop ®. The FSC label shows that our bamboo comes from forests that are managed responsibly, with the right balance between social and economic interests and environmental aspects. Forest management according to the FSC standard protects and preserves forests for present and future generations.

Why Bamdura®?

At Bamdura® we select our products with care. Therefore we are a trustworthy partner. Also because of strong partners in China.

Why Bamboo?

Bamboo is the building material of the future. It gives a sustainable contribution to an ecologic use of our planet.

Sustainability & Ecology

Fast growing and the ability to absorp toxines are characteristics why bamboo contributes to the reduction of global warming