Bamboo
02 Jan

The Sustainability Miracle Plant: Bamboo


Bamboo is an amazingly versatile and renewable material, and we are just beginning to understand the potential implications and uses of this miracle plant. At Golden Arrow, our sustainably crafted packaging solutions are made with bamboo fibers that replace harmful plastic packaging. Here are a few of the reasons why we love working with bamboo. 

Bamboo is Sustainable

Our mission at Golden Arrow is to make the packaging industry — and the world — a greener place. Renewable materials like bamboo help make this goal a reality. Unlike trees, bamboo grows at a fast rate and can be harvested without the crop’s death. You can only harvest a tree once, and it can take up to 20 years to replace it with another viable crop. Bamboo grows at a rate of 3 ft in 24 hours, making it exponentially more renewable. 

Bamboo also benefits its surrounding environment. Bamboo species prevent soil erosion, a natural process that can devastate soil and eventually eradicate its nutrients. Bamboo combats this process and can even help to regenerate the soil. 

Bamboo is Strong 

While sustainability is our main priority, we needed a robust and durable material to make up our packaging and offer a competitive product. Once again, bamboo is an excellent solution with a tensile strength that performs better than steel. Bamboo was made to go with the flow of nature and can bend in the strongest windstorm. 

When the stalks are cut and compressed, they can rival the strength of most steel. When used in our molded fiber formulations, the result is a sturdy, striking alternative to plastic that doesn’t last lifetimes in a landfill. 

Bamboo is Mysterious 

We’ve only just scratched the surface of the potential of bamboo. Our bamboo molded fiber packaging can replace harmful plastic components and reduce plastic pollution. Bamboo can regenerate barren soil, be used as a construction material for furniture and buildings, and more. 

The impressively fast rate of growth and durability of the material makes bamboo a superior alternative to wood, plastic, etc. As we continue to explore this excellent plant, we can’t even imagine the potential implications we will find in the future. 

Bamboo Can Help Shape Our Future

The state of our environment is dire. Drastic, lasting change is necessary if we are to repair the damage that has been done to our planet. Bamboo can be a valuable partner in fighting climate change. As a viable alternative to wood, its regeneration rate makes it an alternative to clearcutting forests to harvest trees. Bamboo also absorbs more CO2 and creates more oxygen than most hardwood trees, which will only help offset carbon footprints across the globe. 

As a sustainable, biodegradable alternative to plastic, bamboo packaging can reduce the amount of plastic packaging discarded by the truckload into landfills and our oceans each day. 

At Golden Arrow, we hope that one-day sustainable solutions like our bamboo molded fiber packaging will completely replace plastic packaging. With miracle materials like bamboo, there is no need to rely on harmful plastic. Learn more about what we’re doing to make the world a greener place today. 


SOURCE:
https://www.bamboogrove.com/bamboo-benefits.html
 

Founded in 1984, Golden Arrow Group specializes in the sustainable packaging, premium printing, design, and professional manufacturing of various premium, upmarket, and innovative products. Golden Arrow anchors its hiring upon the importance of ability, emphasizing a shared value and belief in sustainability and a strong work ethic. Golden Arrow's implementation of a personalized and standardized management system provides our employees with a comfortable work environment, including comprehensive career planning, a competitive salary and benefits policy, and the establishment of a standardized hiring policy.

The policy is as follows:

1.      The hiring of employees shall be conducted according to the principles of openness and fairness, and no decision to hire shall be made on the basis of nepotism.

2.      Recruitment channels:

a. For all desired positions, employees are selected through equal and open recruitment. Depending on the company's varying needs, the following recruitment channels apply: 

*  Internal hire: internal promotion or transfer; internal company employee recommendation.

*  External hire: online recruitment; special performance recruitment; introduction by a professional intermediary.

b. The hiring process shall be devoid of any discriminatory practices such as decisions based on gender, age, civil status, family situation, or disability record. All applicant personal information shall be kept strictly confidential.