Zeoform A New Plastic That Turns Hemp Into Almost Anything
What if plastic could be made without using fossil fuels and toxic chemicals?
An Australian company has done just that, with a new type of plastic that can turn hemp fiber into pretty much anything.
Zeoform is a promising eco-friendly solution to traditional plastics. It’s made from a simple mixture of plant fiber (specifically cellulose) and water.
What’s more, unlike plastic, Zeoform is compostable.
Hemp, along with flax and straw, are ideal for making Zeoform because of their high cellulose content. But it can be made from recycled paper and textiles too.
Hemp Can Save the Planet
- The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think
- U.S. Congresswoman Tells Nevada To “Puff, Puff, Pass That Bill”
- These candies represent each pill this veteran takes each year. He’d prefer cannabis.
- The BOSSest of them all: Jack Herer
- Hempcrete subdivision
Help Support JackHerer.com
If you would like to make a donation, thank you.