Rice Husk! Who Knew?!
These days, rice is finding its way into more than just your stir-fry. Rice hulls, specifically, are being used to create a variety of materials and consumer goods.
Read our 2016 blog, “6 Fascinating Benefits of Rice Husks,” to get the scoop about how these tiny grain coverings have become the secret behind some of today’s most Earth-friendly consumer goods and products.
- Its high silica content makes it useful for strengthening building materials
- It resists fungal decomposition
- It resists moisture penetration
- It decomposes slowly
- It insulates well
- It’s renewable