Just recently, Kieron-Scott Woodhouse, a student from the Middlesex University, decided to look into the possibility of developing a new phone using materials not often used in this industry.
The main idea was to find the perfect balance between gadget efficiency and proper resources management.
After inspecting several other options, Scott decided that bamboo would be the most appropriate choice, especially since a new technology allowed him to make this material be as hard as plastic.
Given the fact that this innovative gadget would be produced in China, the student explains how the ADzero company, which would be in charge of manufacturing it, could take advantage of the natural resources readily available and, therefore, significantly cut down on production costs.
As well as this, seeing how the ADzero smartphone would be made out of organically grown bamboo, it is argued that the natural world and the environment would also have to benefit.