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Hemp Plastics

Jeffrey Rindskopf “Hemp plastics are also non-toxic, pesticide-free, recyclable and biodegradable within six months, not to mention both lighter and 3.5 times stronger than common polypropylene.”   Full Article: https://dopemagazine.com/hemp-plastics/

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Czech students design hemp-fibre housing construction for Mars

https://www.radio.cz/en/section/curraffrs/czech-students-design-hemp-fibre-housing-construction-for-mars

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Industrial Hemp Is The Answer To Petrochemical Dependency

https://www.forbes.com/sites/ellistalton/2019/04/04/industrial-hemp-is-the-answer-to-petrochemical-dependency/#48bd299c72d8

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Residents move into their ‘hempire’, West Australia’s first eco village built using hemp

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-12-20/first-eco-village-in-wa-built-using-hemp/10634428

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Daniel Bryan Unveils New Hemp WWE Championship Belt

By Brad Davis https://www.sescoops.com/daniel-bryan-unveils-new-hemp-wwe-championship-belt/

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Hemp Is Finally Legal. Let’s See if It Can Save the World

DAVID BIENENSTOCK https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/hemp-legalization-in-the-farm-bill-of-2018-history-politics

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Eco-friendly sound-absorbing panels made of hemp husks

  Russian design studio Aotta presents new sound-absorbing, lightweight organic material — the new panels are made of hemp husks, which are usually disposed of like a useless waste. formed by peeling whole seeds, the husks are a biodegradable and cheap resource.   Full Article:  https://www.designboom.com/design/aotta-sound-absorbing-hemp-husks-panels-10-01-2018/

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Growing hemp and mushroom surfboards

DTU – Technical University of Denmark   Surfers care deeply about the health of the oceans – yet paradoxically – traditional surfboards comprise hazardous chemicals and non-biodegradable materials. Three design and innovation students from DTU are using their bachelor’s project to address this problem. “We’re trying to make the world’s first one hundred per cent biodegradable surfboard. […]

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