Hemp Production is Eco-Friendly
Hemp, cleaner, more sustainable construction material
You may have heard about hemp before. You might even have some inkling that it can be used for paper and different types of fabrics & textiles. But did you know that hemp can be used to create strong, durable, ecological building materials?
Industrial hemp has been used in construction for many years. With water distribution made possible by the Hydroloop® System©, hemp production can be expandable across desert Belts. Combining automation and 3D printing technologies, the Hydroloop® System© will be the most eco-friendly system ever created and the most exciting replacement addition for petroleum-based materials and the Hydroloop® System© of transport, heating, cooling, food processing, large spaceships incorporating industrial complex to an artificial planet… all will reduce the use of hydrocarbons (petroleum), increasing the use of solar and infinite cosmic energies.
Every year 8 Billion Tonnes of plastic waste are added to the oceans. 3 Billion of that plastic waste comes from 10 Rivers in Asia and Africa. The rest comes from Coastal Cities and all the other Rivers. Hemp could replace petroleum-based plastics that contribute to plastic waste as hemp-based plastics are biodegradable and hemp is not a pollutant.
Hemp & Hydroloop System
Hemp is capable of producing significant quantities of building materials such as fibreglass substitute, cement, stucco & mortar (or hempcrete). The entire city could be build using mainly hemp.
As soon as water distribution is possible with the support of the initial phase of the Hydroloop® System©, a percentage of hemp could be attributed for the expansion of the water distribution to larger areas nearby to repeat the cycle.