Minimizing Our Footprint

From cultivation to extraction, we will practice sustainability through our entire process. 

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When a plant in soil is watered, a significant amount of that water is lost. The aeroponic systems RMMI will use are designed so that water is highly recoverable and recyclable. The water not absorbed by the plants is collected, filtered, infused with nutrients and recycled through the system. RMMI’s approach uses significantly less water than producers using pots and soil. 

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RMMI’s use of science and technology will allow us to be a low-power consumer. The lighting systems used by RMMI are highly intelligent and programmable, ensuring plants receive exactly what they require. Our automated cultivation management systems will apply power management strategies, optimizing consumption. Being a responsible power consumer will make RMMI a strong community partner.  

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Vertical cultivation requires a smaller environmental footprint. By stacking our aeroponic systems, RMMI’s facility will make the most efficient use of its land and maximizes production. RMMI is able to increase its capacity by up to three times using its current property.

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Traditional methods of cannabis production result in large amounts of waste. Vast amounts of water are wasted during irrigation and massive amounts of soil and pots need to be consistently disposed of following each harvest. As plants mature, waste is produced during the transfer of seedlings into a larger pots. RMMI’s use of aeroponic systems will eliminate the need for soil and pots. Not only is this cost-efficient, but its good for our partners and our environment. From cultivation to extraction, RMMI is committed to using science and technology to minimize waste and be an environmentally-conscious community partner.