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By Jessica Lesesky, President of Operations, eHemp
Search for microplastics and you’ll find that clothing made from synthetic and petroleum-based fibers release hundred of thousands of microfibers into the environment in a few ways. More and more research is finding that our clothing is actually a major cause of pollution. The good news is that clothing made from natural fibers like hemp can help! Hemp fiber can be used to make clothing that is sustainable, easy on the environment, and does not release hundreds of thousands of microfibers when doing laundry. Not to mention the growing and manufacturing of natural fibers are also much more environmentally friendly!
Each time we do a load of laundry, our clothes are literally shedding approximately 700,000
A few of things microplastics have been found in include, fish, honey, and beer. Publications like the Wall Street Journal, Vox, CNN, and Vogue
Clothing made from natural fibers like hemp, don’t shed polluting synthetic fibers. The environmental impact of hemp is also better for when a hemp t-shirt ends up in a landfill. The amount of time it takes for the shirt to degrade is exponentially shorter than a shirt made from synthetics. Not to mention, what it degrades into is far more environmentally friendly than clothes made from synthetics.
South Dakota State Congressman Shares Op-Ed in Support of Industrial Hemp
by Capital Journal SD
Upcoming EventsAn Interview with Dr. Jan Roberts:
From the China International Hemp Industry Forum in Harbin, China
Join Morris Beegle and Rick Trojan for a brand new episode of the Let’s Talk Hemp Podcast, featuring Dr. Jan Roberts to discuss the endocannabinoid system in the human body, cannabis dosing issues, and the pros and cons of regulating the cannabis industry. Dr. Jan Roberts is a host on the New Hemp Times podcast, CEO and co-founder of the International Research Center on Cannabis and Mental Health (IRCCMH), and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
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