• The map of China paper-making bases

    As of Dec 31, 2019, there are more than 10000 active paper-making manufacturers here in China. Among them only several hundred of them involve bamboo paper making and only dozens of them have the right to export directly.

  • Why do we use bamboo pulp paper instead of wood pulp paper now

    Bamboo pulp paper is much more healthier. It is a common fact that bamboo can thrive naturally without using any pesticide. Scientists found that bamboo owns a unique anti -bacteria and bacteriostatic bio-agent named "bamboo Kun". This substance is combined with bamboo cellulose during the process of being manufactured into bamboo fiber.

  • The difference between bamboo pulp paper and wood pulp paper

    Bamboo pulp paper is getting more and more popular in China due to its healthier and more environment-friendly characteristics. Here are the main differences between bamboo pulp paper and wood pulp paper:

  • How to make bamboo pulp ?

    Bamboo pulp processing can be simply classified into materials preparation, pulp cooking, pulp washing and pulp bleaching.

  • Researchers build up bamboo as material of future

    Homes and buildings around the world have been built out of bamboo for millennia, but researchers at the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering are working to make the grass the building material of the future in developing countries.

  • Bamboo Fibers and Its Applications

    As a regenerated cellulose fiber; bamboo fiber is 100% made from bamboo through a high-tech process. The raw material bamboo is well-selected from non-polluted regions in Yunnan and Sicuan Province,

  • Tree-Free Toilet Paper Is On A Roll For Going Green

    A lot of people are set on going green. And with a new year upon us, many people have made resolutions to reduce their carbon footprint in an effort to leave the planet a greener, healthier place than the way they found it.

  • What is bamboo pulp

    Bamboo pulp is a viscous solution of bamboo fibers, water, and chemicals used to produce paper and fabrics. Bamboo is a woody, perennial plant belonging to the grass family, which features fibers similar to softwoods in terms of length and strength.

  • the Ancients Paper Fabrication

    “Exploitation of the Works of Nature” records: bamboo is worthless in the South of China as it is widespread in the South. Since Tang Dynasty, the ancients has fabricated paper and taken bamboo as raw material.

  • The symphony of bamboo

    India is the second largest producer of bamboo in the world with a long tradition of its usage in buildings. The building sector in any country is its largest polluter, and a revival of the usage of bamboo will immensely contribute towards reducing carbon emissions by the sector.

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