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EcoPlanet Bamboo is a bamboo plantation company. EcoPlanet Laboratories is the R&D investment of the company. Both EcoPlanet Bamboo & EcoPlanet Laboratories were founded by serial entrepreneur Troy Wiseman, and bamboo plantation expert Camille Rebelo.

 

​​​​© 2018 EPB Laboratories  Troy Wiseman Camille Rebelo EcoPlanet Bamboo Investments

EPB Laboratories is a wholly owned subsidiary of EcoPlanet Bamboo Group LLC.

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December 16, 2018

In 2017, following a detailed global market analysis undertaken for us by Open Capital Advisors EcoPlanet Laboratories in partnership with the Kowie Bamboo Farm, began the research and development process for the production of a specialized shisha or hookah coal, beginning first with a eucalyptus feedstock and subsequently moving to bamboo. Initial...

July 29, 2018

Over the past decade the increase in consumption of microbeads by the cosmetic industry has grown exponentially. Microbeads (or microplastics) are tiny pieces of plastic less than 1mm in diameter whose only purpose is to add an exfoliating feel good factor in toothpastes, shower gels and other cosmetics. With every single application, whether it’s...

June 29, 2018

EcoPlanet Bamboo disrupts major industries, targeting single use plastics including toothbrushes. The company owns bamboo plantations in Nicaragua, South Africa & Ghana.

January 5, 2018

EcoPlanet Bamboo's R&D team have worked across a wide range of traditional and innovative technologies to identify the most ideal pulping system for the company's bamboo plantations.

September 9, 2017

Over the past few months EcoPlanet Bamboo's team has been involved in a country wide feasibility study in Rwanda, East Africa. As part of this work our team has been looking at Rwanda's existing bamboo resources, and, as in many countries, have come across the ubiquitously available Bambusa vulgaris and its various sub-species.

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At EcoPlanet Laboratories we love the chance to get involved with partners or institutions that are experts in their subject matter. That's how we felt when we teamed up with the University of Georgia's poultry department to take our previous analysis of the nutritional benefits of bamboo leaves a step further. Can something that's bee...

March 22, 2017

Silica often receives a bad rap under the context of industrializing bamboo. It occurs in high quantities in the nodes of bamboo culms, and under traditional chemical based pulping technologies, it requires large volumes of lime to be used to remove it, resulting in nasty lime sludge waste streams. In various other manufacturing technologies bamboo...