Biofuels have the advantage of being much more sustainable
Biofuels Technology is key to enabling ‘farms of the future’ for our biofuels business in Colombia, allowing us to offer alternatives like Hemp fuel, can seem like a no-brainer to replace our traditional fossil-fuel sources.
Using hemp as the main source of ethanol, instead of food crops like wheat & corn has clear advantages. Not using food crops as a fuel source allows more efficiency in food production, and hemp can be grown in lower quality conditions unlike corn or wheat. Hemp-derived ethanol also shares the advantages of transportation and usability as biofuel.
After legalization, hemp biofuel could be a key part of reducing our dependence on fossil fuels.
Hemp-derived ethanol also shares the advantages of transportation and usability as biodiesel.
Hemp grows in roughly 3 months while metals take thousands of years to form.
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Hemp plastic is the way of the future
Recent technology has opened the door to a new breed of eco-friendly polymer.
No longer reliant on petroleum, these bioplastics are renewable, sustainable and often made using agricultural waste.
The advantages that come with hemp-made materials is that they are lighter, bio-degradable, and comes from a much easier renewable resource.
Fuel alternatives like this can seem like a no-brainer to replace our traditional fossil-fuel sources.
Clearly, hemp biofuel alone won’t solve our environmental crisis, but we believe it could be part of a transition to a cleaner way of living.
We offer four primary hemp plastic alternatives which are available now. These are suitable for the vast majority of your manufacturing processes.
From injection moldable options, to films, we have hemp plastics engineered for food, pharmaceutical and agricultural products.