Sick Building Syndrome

Sick Building Syndrome is condition with no known particular cause in which certain buildings cause their
tenants to become sick more often than they would normally. It has been suggested that those causes can include
continuous chemical exposure sensitivity due to the prevalence of cleaning compounds.


Bamboo is a plant that is part of the grass family. It can grow up to 3 feet in a 24 hour period. It consists of a root called the rhizome which is the main plant itself and the culm which is the part seen above ground. The culm is replaceable. Bamboo can grow in many parts of the world and to large heights. The bamboo used in construction can have diameters of up to 12 centimeters.

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