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What if there was a way to manufacture the majority of what we use that has a reduced carbon footprint, is renewable and biodegradable and has almost an identical price to our current methods? Meet hemp plastic, a composite material made up of a polymer base coupled with fiber additives. Hemp was once a driving force of the American economy and produces one of the strongest fibers known to humankind. It is a versatile plant that can make textiles, papers, foods and bioplastics. Unfortunately, cultivation in the United States was outlawed in the 1930s, but is finally making a comeback...
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