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Paul Benhaim Born Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia Nationality Australian Notable works Author of “H.E.M.P: Healthy Eating Made Possible ”, Inventor of hemp seed food bar and managing director for company that produces Zeoform]] a new material made from Hemp. Paul Benhaim moved to Australia in 2000 from London, England, and is an Australian author on hemp industry. Benhaim is also the inventor of a hemp seed food bar now sold widely throughout Europe[1][2] and is the managing director of Hemp Foods Australia.[3] In addition, Benhaim was founder and CEO of Zeo International Ltd., an eco-company which developed Zeoform, a new material made from recycled paper and hemp.[4][5] The company also invented the Zelfo process in Europe in 1992 and patented it in early 2000 in Australia.[6] Zeo Inernational Ltd. is currently on the list of Australian environmental companies supported by the Australian Technology Showcase and the New South Wales Department of State.[7] In 2000, Benhaim authored the book H.E.M.P: Healthy Eating Made Possible, which details the historic uses of hemp, and how it was considered largely wholesome and nutritious.[8][9] Benhaim is also author of 10 other books on hemp.[10] Subsequently, Benhaim became well known in the field of hemp and has given many lectures on the mechanical uses of hemp. He has been cited in many articles since 2002 for his work in the field. In 2002, HighTimes Magazine commented on Benhaim's presence as an educational guest speaker for a festival on cannabis legalization. He informed his audience on the possibilities of hemp to manufacture equally sturdy furniture, refrigerators and television cabinets without the use of glue or resin.[11] In 2004 Benhaim was cited by CannaBusiness Magazine for his work in the distribution of hemp plastic CD trays with a company in Europe.[12] In June 2010 his work was used in a study by MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering on Cannabis Sativa optimization for ROI within the United States.[13] Benhaim is now founder and principle of the Australian Hemp School and is a business mentor.[14] See also Hemp Building Zelfo Hemp plastic References ^ "Nimbin Mardi Grass 2002 Cannabis Law Reform Rally- Speakers". Nimbin Mardi Grass. http://www.nimbinmardigrass.com/2002/speakers.html. Retrieved 2011-01-09. "Paul Benhaim, managing director of Hemp Foods Australia and inventor of a hemp seed food bar now sold widely throughout Europe will be speaking and on site all weekend. Paul is a new local resident now living near Mullumbimby and loves Australia."  ^ "Soon a welcome break "for different children".". Six Fours.net. 2011-01-07. http://www.six-fours.net/actualite/sanary-bientot-une-halte-accueil-pour-enfants-differents-3029.html. Retrieved 2011-01-10. "Paul Benhaim launched the "Beanstalk""  ^ Walker, Jay (2002-09-13). "OZ UPRISING: Nimbin Mardi Grass festival turns 10.". High Times. http://hightimes.com/entertainment/jwalker/461. Retrieved 2011-01-10. "The industrial hemp presentation got off to a tub-thumpin' start with the sound of a didgeridoo--an Aboriginal wind instrument, about 6' long, that makes complex and rhythmic patterns of sound. This one was made from hemp without the use of glue or resin. The speaker, Paul Benhaim, from Hemp Foods Australia, informed us that it was also possible to manufacture equally sturdy furniture, refrigerators and television cabinets in a similar manner."  ^ Jones, Andrea (2009-01-29). "The rise of eco-chic design.". The Age. http://www.theage.com.au/news/lifeandstyle/homestyle/the-rise-of-ecochic-design/2009/01/28/1232818496683.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap3. Retrieved 2011-01-10. "Don't be fooled by the plastic-like appearance of the Zeopod; it's recycled paper and hemp. What's exciting is that this new material, called Zeoform and made in Mullumbimby, is made from cutting edge nano-technology and doesn't use the glues, resins or toxins common in many plastics. And it is 100 per cent biodegradable at the end of its life."  ^ "Profiling Innovative NSW Technologies Environmental Sector". New South Wales Department of State. http://www.business.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0018/7092/pub_environmental_dir_090309.pdf. Retrieved 2011-01-09. "“Zeoform is a revolutionary new material made from recycled cellulose fibre sourced from paper, plant or fabric waste. Using a patented nanotechnology, the ZEO process converts waste or recycled cellulose (without glues, binders or chemicals of any kind) into a non-toxic pulp that can be colored, poured, sprayed, molded or shaped into flat, curved, cylindrical or spherical forms.”, “Paul Benhaim- Business Development Director”"  ^ Shelley, Tom (2006-12-20). "Eco plastic formed with water.". Eureka Magazine. http://www.eurekamagazine.co.uk/article/8278/Eco-plastic-formed-with-water.aspx. Retrieved 2011-01-10. "The first commercial factory producing the material in bulk goes on stream this month. The Zelfo process was invented in Europe in 1992 and patented in early 2000 by an Austrian team now based in New South Wales in Australia."  ^ "Profiling Innovative NSW Technologies Environmental Sector". New South Wales Department of State. http://www.business.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0018/7092/pub_environmental_dir_090309.pdf. Retrieved 2011-01-09. "“Zeoform is a revolutionary new material made from recycled cellulose fibre sourced from paper, plant or fabric waste. Using a patented nanotechnology, the ZEO process converts waste or recycled cellulose (without glues, binders or chemicals of any kind) into a non-toxic pulp that can be colored, poured, sprayed, molded or shaped into flat, curved, cylindrical or spherical forms.”, “Paul Benhaim- Business Development Director”"  ^ "December Book Review". Vegan News. 2000-11-01. http://www.btinternet.com/~bury_rd/novtwo.htm. Retrieved 2011-01-09.  ^ Harman, Clare (2001-03-12). "Pass The Seeds Man: Is Hemp Food of the Future?". Just-Foods.com. http://cannabisnews.com/news/8/thread8983.shtml. Retrieved 2011-01-10.  ^ "Hemp Books". Hempowered. 2011-11-01. http://www.hempowered.com/shop/hemp-books.html. Retrieved 2011-02-08.  ^ Walker, Jay (2002-09-13). "OZ UPRISING: Nimbin Mardi Grass festival turns 10.". High Times. http://hightimes.com/entertainment/jwalker/461. Retrieved 2011-01-10. "The industrial hemp presentation got off to a tub-thumpin' start with the sound of a didgeridoo--an Aboriginal wind instrument, about 6' long, that makes complex and rhythmic patterns of sound. This one was made from hemp without the use of glue or resin. The speaker, Paul Benhaim, from Hemp Foods Australia, informed us that it was also possible to manufacture equally sturdy furniture, refrigerators and television cabinets in a similar manner."  ^ Schoenfeld, Conny (2004-09-24). "From Düsseldorf into the World an interview with Hempro International.". CannaBusiness Magazine: p. 24. http://www.cannabusiness.com/download/magazin/0401_CB_Mag_english.pdf. Retrieved 2011-01-10.  ^ "Cannabis Sativa: An Optimization Study for ROI". Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Mechanical Engineering. p. 16; 25. http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/59909/676695681.pdf?sequence=1. Retrieved 2011-01-09.  "Hemp Plastic". Hemp Plastic. p. 1. http://www.hempplastic.com. Retrieved 2011-02-08.  ^ "Hemp School". Raw With Life Pty Ltd. p. 1. http://www.hempschool.com.au. Retrieved 2011-02-08.  "Start A Hemp Business". Raw With Life Pty Ltd. p. 1. http://www.startahempbusiness.com. Retrieved 2011-02-08.  This article about an Australian writer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e