Bamboo is a grass that thrives in tropical, subtropical, and mild temperate climates. There are more than 1,400 different bamboo species in existence, though the largest concentration of these species can be found in Southeast Asia.
Bamboo is sustainable for several reasons. First, bamboo grows to its maximum height within one growing season. This means that bamboo is more sustainable than some hardwood trees, which can take over 20-30 years to reach maturity.
Second, Bamboo farmers need not do much to ensure a bumper crop. Pesticides and complex fertilizers
Bamboo is used to manufacture various products, including bamboo cups, chopsticks, bamboo straws.
Vietnam Bamboo has recently been the primary material used in producing eco-friendly toothbrushes. In comparison to wooden bamboo, the toothbrush has some advantages and disadvantages.