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Is the future Bamboo? We believe it is.

Our new brand The future is Bamboo, ticks all the boxes for a more eco-friendly living.
 
This family owned company from Quebec, Ontario started working on a more eco-friendly approach to everyday household items that will end up in our oceans and lakes or in landfill.The first products that was launched in 2017 was their bamboo toothbrush.
So why did they decide to use bamboo as their main material?
 
First of all it’s 100% biodegradable, it will decompose into soil and go back to the Earth.Bamboo absorbs carbon dioxide and releases 35% more oxygen than regular forest.When Bamboo is harvested, it will grow a new shoot from its extensive root system with no need for additional planting or cultivation.
 After harvesting every part of the plant is used to make a variety of products.
 And best of all bamboo requires no chemicals to thrive.
 
Right now the company has extended the production to several eco-friendly  products for your household, they are also the first Canadian Bamboo brand to hold PETA’s Vegan and cruelty free certification, FSC (Responsible Forestry) certification and BPA free.
Read more about our new brand here.
 
I watched this documentary on Netflix called Seaspiracy, I had somewhat been living under a rock when it comes to the the giant accumulation of plastic called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch contains at least 79,000 tons discarded plastic, covering an area of about 617,800 square miles (1.6 million square kilometers).
We started thinking about what we can do to help out, we can start donating money to organizations that work very hard on cleaning up this mess. But we can also try and prevent plastic in our everyday lives, offering sustainable and eco-friendly options for our and your home, for example The future is bamboo and tru earth.
This will be an ongoing project for us to find new ways of a cleaner living.
 

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