In the pursuit of a more sustainable future, innovative solutions are needed to reduce our reliance on traditional resources. Enter hemp—a versatile and eco-friendly crop that has captured the imagination of industries worldwide. In this story, we embark on a journey into the year 2023, exploring the diverse and exciting realm of sustainable hemp products
Ever since the industrial hemp legalization process began to gain global momentum, much has been said about its medicinal and therapeutic potential. Hemp is a subspecies of the cannabis plant; it lacks most of marijuana’s psychoactive effects, but can be used as raw material for several industries -such as textile and construction. In fact, industrial
Composite Building Material The Hemp Composite Answer Hemp Composites and a Sustainable Future A composite material (also called a composition material or shortened to composite, which is the common name) is a material made from two or more constituent materials with significantly different physical or chemical properties that, when combined, produce a material with characteristics
The Hemp Bottle- Hemp Bioplastics The hemp bottle is the future of sustainability. Some of the earliest plastics were made from cellulose fibers obtained from organic, non-petroleum-based sources. Plastic bottles make up a large amount of our landfill waste. A biodegradable hemp plastic solution such as hemp bottles could help us to reduce this burden.
Hemp Plastic A raw material returns from the past Hemp Plastic Is Here Hemp is the plant that has the potential to help us reinvent the future of plastic and other materials. It is a clean, ecological, sustainable and renewable alternative. And it can replace the use of polluting materials in the production of goods
Hemp PlasticsHemp is a non-drug variety of cannabis that is grown legally around the world. Although China has been the largest hemp producer over the years, other countries such as Australia and Canada are catching up. Plastic is broadly defined as “a substance that can be molded or shaped”. In general, ‘plastic’ refers to petro-chemical