Bio-alternative to petroleum-based toxic polymers

A Plastic Revolution

Through way of design change and technological advancement, Bioplastics have improved dramatically in recent years...

When the words "Lightweight, Stronger, Eco-friendly & Affordable" all come into the same sentence, a manufactures dream comes true. 

Hemp plastic is the way of the future - an alternative, sustainable solution which supports a newer, greener and safer supply of plastic resin. 

Durable Product Examples 

We offer five hemp plastic alternatives which are available now.
Suitable for injection mold, roll sheet and thermoform applications.

Next-generation of eco-friendly plastics for a wide variety of custom applications.

Carbon Sequestration 

Produces 65% less CO2 emissions than PET. Resulting in 2.6 tonnes less CO2 per ton of hemp resin in comparison 

Lightweight Durability 

Load-bearing material that can be made up to 10x stronger than steel and 5x stiffer than PET to reduce damage risk

Compostable ​Non Toxic

A renewable, sustainable & compostable alternative to raw toxic petroleum based plastic polymers.

Price Competitive 

Affordable as well as ecological & durable makes hemp plastic a preferable material for both consumers and manufacturers 

Hemp Bio-Polymer Products

We supply eco-friendly polymers to help make your custom products.
Raw Hemp Filled Polymers for sustainable manufacturing.

Up to 65% reduction in CO2 compared to PET with a simple design decision.


HEMP PLA is a 100% plant-based Polylactic Acid resin blended with 25% hemp content.

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HEMP BIO-BASED ETHYLENE is a 100% plant-based high-density polyethylene blended with 25% hemp content.

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HEMP PROPYLENE 25% is a hemp filled polypropylene.

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HEMP ETHYLENE 25% is a hemp filled high-density polyethylene.

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HEMP ABS is a 25% hemp filled acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS).

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Customer Customisations
We can work with you and your molder to customize our polymers to address your unique design specifications.
Depending on the project, we can also include molder consultations to our customers in order to support your initiatives.

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Bio-Plastic Environmental Stats 

The carbon footprint of natural fibres such as flax, hemp, jute or kenaf is much lower than their counterparts glass and mineral fibres. The production of 1 tonne of glass fibres shows a carbon footprint of about 1.7–2.5 tonnes CO2-eq per tonne of fibre, whereas natural fibres only have a carbon footprint of about 0.35–0.55 tonnes CO2-eq per tonne of fibre (until the factory gate). This is an 80% lower carbon footprint than that of glass fibres.

The carbon footprints of the different natural fibres (flax, hemp, jute and kenaf) are not significantly different. In the range of uncertainty, the carbon footprint to the factory gate of the European nonwoven producer in the automotive or insulation sector is about 400 kg of CO2-eq per tonne of natural fibre for all four natural fibres,

When CO2 uptake is considered, which is responsible for the carbon in the fibre, the GHG emissions for the natural fibres is greatly reduced. At the entry gate of the non-woven producer the numbers are even negative, indicating that the CO2 removed from the air is larger than the GHG emissions up to that point.

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