ZILA Works has published a new white paper describing the problems with plastics manufacturing and the need for bio-based alternatives, like the ZILA Works bio-epoxy resin made from industrial hemp.
You can find the paper here: White Paper on Industrial Hemp
You can also find a summary of the paper here:
Over 90% of plastics are derived from virgin fossil feedstocks, which is equivalent to ~6% of global oil consumption. In addition, epoxy resins, a type of thermosetting plastic, are typically created using bisphenol A (BPA), an endocrine disrupting chemical. An EPA SBIR Phase I grant funded the formulation of an innovative bio-epoxy […] Read more