Reducing Cannabis Waste With Ocean & Hemp Plastic

A pioneering hemp company is helping to reduce cannabis waste and clean up our oceans.

The cannabis industry produces massive amounts of single-use plastic. The packaging regulations instituted in many legal cannabis states make single-use plastic almost mandatory.

Sana Packaging is helping to change this pollution problem. In our new video, hemp advocate Cait Curley talks with Ron Basak-Smith, CEO of Sana Packaging. Basak-Smith explains how Sana started, and how they are pioneering innovative hemp and ocean plastic solutions for the cannabis industry.

Thanks to Cait Curley for filming this interview for Ministry of Hemp!


We previously interviewed Sana Packaging last year:

Here are some other articles about the immense potential of hemp plastic and hemp sustainability:

An overhead shot of the ocean. Sana Packaging is reducing cannabis waste through reclaiming "ocean plastic."
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Jessica St. Cyr

Jessica St. Cyr is a long time hemp and cannabis activist from Austin, Texas. She is a mother, cancer survivor, entrepreneur, and self-taught video producer.

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