Bamboo By Dean Winchester, Sam Winchester, and Castiel
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bamboo Where Did Bamboo Originate From? Bamboo originates from certain parts of Asia. The Eastern part, Southeastern part, and the Southern part. The Western parts and Northern parts of Asia did not originally produce bamboo. Bamboo is a very big part of Asian culture. It is the main food source for pandas.
http://www.guaduabamboo.com/uses-of-bamboo.html What are objects are made with bamboo? Many objects can be made from bamboo You can make medicines, and some furniture. Cradles, coffins, chairs, tables. You can even make entire houses out of bamboo. Bamboo can also be made into fabrics. It is also a bio fuel.
http://www.ask.com/question/how-much-bamboo-is-cut-down How much bamboo has been produced and/or used in the past year? Approximately 50,00 acres of bamboo are cut down each year. Usually villagers chop it down and sell it to factories. The cut bamboo usually comes from bamboo forests or plantations. Bamboo is a fast-growing plant, so we are not in danger of losing it anytime soon.
http://www.doityourself.com/stry/how-to-get-rid-of-bamboo-plantshttp://www.doityourself.com/stry/how-to-get-rid-of-bamboo-plants How is bamboo typically disposed? Bamboo can be disposed in many ways. Typically, it is disposed by applying Nitrogen Fertilizer to cut stalks. But it can also be starved. Bamboo can also be disposed by using herbicides. Containment may not kill bamboo completely, but it definitely drops its population.
http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/corp-comm/bamboo-packaginghttp://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/corp-comm/bamboo-packaging Where does bamboo go to be recycled? Bamboo normally just goes to recycling factories. Bamboo is typically just made into ordinary objects, like chairs, windows, fabrics, so there doesn’t need to be a specific special place. It goes to normal recycling plants, just like any scrap wood or plastic would.
http://shoo-foo.com/about-bamboo/bamboo-manufacturing-process/http://shoo-foo.com/about-bamboo/bamboo-manufacturing-process/ What are the steps involved in recycling bamboo? Step one; the object that is being recycled is taken to a factory. Step two; The bamboo is cut, then ground into a pulp. Step three; The pulp is separated. Step four; The separated pulp can be woven into fabrics. Step five; The fabric is made into shirts, socks, underwear, and other clothing, then sold.
http://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/corp-comm/bamboo-packaginghttp://www.dell.com/learn/us/en/uscorp1/corp-comm/bamboo-packaging How does recycling bamboo benefit the environment? • Bamboo is strong and renewable. Bamboo can be recycled many times. When bamboo can no longer be made into other objects, it can be used as compost. Composted bamboo is very good for soil.
http://www.bamboogrove.com/uses-bamboo-fabric.html How can bamboo fibers be used? Bamboo has a very soft feel. It also has the ability to make bright colors. Bamboo makes really good clothing. It’s perfect for more intimate apparel. Some of the most popular clothing are socks, under wear, sleepwear, and bath robes.
http://www.bamboogrove.com/uses-bamboo-fabric.html What types of clothing/furnishing can be made with bamboo? Bamboo can be made into any sort of woodwork. Floors, walls, roofs, practically entire houses! It can also be made into other furniture, such as chairs, tables, bed frames, window frames, doors. It can also be made into clothing. T-shirts, sweaters, underwear. Even swimming cover ups.
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