Sustainability of Bamboo Blog Series

In a blog mini-series for, I have taken a look at bamboo. It’s a popular material that is often viewed as an eco-friendly alternative to wood, in particular, hardwood. But is it really a good alternative? Is it sustainable and what are the costs associated with farming, transporting and working with bamboo? You can read the blog post that looks at bamboo as a wood alternative. 

Then, I explored bamboo fabric. This is a particularly soft textile that claims to have anti-bacterial properties. The use of bamboo fabric is increasing in baby products and clothing. However, bamboo fabric has a dark side making it anything but good for the environment. You can read the second post in the series about how bamboo fabric really isn’t eco-friendly.

Published by Nicola Hasted

I’m an SEO health content writer who provides digital content marketing services to healthcare businesses. This means I help SMEs and start-ups, like you, with online marketing by adding valuable and helpful content to your websites and digital media.

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