Hemp Bass Distributions has presented itself as a pioneer of Hemp Plastics as the primary distributor for their original Hemp Plastic Jewel cases. These cases have a look and feel unlike anything else, and on top of that, they are sustainable and cleaner for the environment. When hemp plastics are compared to conventional equivalents, there is less waste and much less energy burned during production.
The hemp plant is a viable alternative resource for many forms of paper and plastics production. An acre of hemp produces as much pulp as four acres of tree, and while it can take twenty years for re-growth of trees on the same land, hemp can be grown and harvested within 90 days, twice per year. In the current climate of deforestation and subsequent global warming, such sustainability gives hemp a distinct advantage overproducts in many markets.
If your don’t agree with the fact that our environment is on the brink of peril, you need to take off the blindfold. While Jewel Cases are a very small part of what needs to be done to achieve sustainability, it is yet another piece to the puzzle. This type of product tends lead the entreprenuer to new and exciting places. It presents the reality that contributing to the world’s sustainability is profitable. Most importantly, the market is anything but saturated.
On a lighter note, as my fingers race, the sound vibrations of “Hemp Bass Distribution Presents: Nexus Beats vol. 1″ is inoculating my eardrums. A heavy dub and dnb compilation featuring over 5 upbeat bassy DJ’s on one great promotional CD. Update: I have just been informed of some dubby HBD tracks on Perski’s Myspace Profile. (worth checking out.) DJ Perski is supposedly a key element at Hemp Bass. And remember, snocap feeds artists!
O shit, a hidden track!… sneaky, sneaky.