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A rendering of the completed renovation at 506 Spruce Street, where HempLime insulates the house and provides a surface for breathable interior wall finishes.
LEFT: Perimeter walls like this one Perimeter walls like this one, made with sprayed-in HempLime, typically contain a variety of materials, which introduce added cost and toxics. MIDDLE: Lori Daytner, of the nonprofit developer DON Enterprise; Cameron McIntosh, of the hemp-building firm Americhanvre; HML research fellow Meryl Smith; and HML co-founder and design director Jonsara Ruth outside of 506 Spruce Street. RIGHT: HempLime sprayed into spaces between wood framing replaces a number of layered wall components with an affordable, nontoxic, and breathable material.

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