Dutch Company Introduced The World's First Prefab House Built Entirely Of Cannabis

Dutch Company Introduced The World's First Prefab House Built Entirely Of Cannabis

In the near future, citizens across the world will have the opportunity to live in economic, sustainable, and secure housing made entirely from hemp, which is a variety of the cannabis plant. Not only can the prefabricated abodes be constructed in a fraction of the time modern-day homes require, but they're also said to be more durable, affordable, and even earthquake-resistant.


The progressive home was constructed by Dun Agro, a Dutch company specialized in “hemp concrete,” also referred to as “hempcrete.” Hemp is a versatile variety of the cannabis plant. It can be used to make everything from industrial building materials and food to clothing and bio-fuel. Unlike its cousin, hemp doesn't contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It is, therefore, impossible to get “high” from ingesting or using the material.


Dun Agro hempcrete is made from hemp fibers, water and glue. After it is pressed together in a mold to make prefab sections for houses, the mixture dries throughout three months. Then, all the sections of the home can be assembled.


On November 30th, 2018, Dun Agro put its hemp home on display. The company had already completed its second hemp home and has plans to build and sell more in the near future. Actually, with the present output of hemp in the Netherlands, the company estimates it can produce up to 500 hemp houses per year. If the demand raises, that number can easily increase.


Dun Agro is not the first company which has attempted to build a prefabricated hemp house. Nevertheless, the company claims to be the first to have succeeded in doing so. The company lists the negative CO2 footprint as a core benefit of purchasing a hemp home. Hemp takes on 13,500 kilos of CO2 when it grows and it's stored in the hempcrete.


Dutch Company Introduced The World's First Prefab House Built Entirely Of Cannabis

Dutch Company Introduced The World's First Prefab House Built Entirely Of Cannabis

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1,100 hectares of agricultural land is being used to grow hemp in the Netherlands right now. Farmers are selecting to cultivate the crop for extra income as well as in order to benefit the environment. So, if you support hemp agriculture, share this article and comment below!

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    In the near future, citizens across the world will have the opportunity to live in economic, sustainable, and secure housing made entirely from hemp, which is a variety of the cannabis plant. Not only can the prefabricated abodes be constructed in a fraction of the time modern-day homes require, but they're also said to be more durable, affordable, and even earthquake-resistant.

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