We in the HempCup focus on two main issues. Raw materials used for production of take-away cups and what is happening after their use. Every year more than 17 million trees are cut down to produce enough cellulose to fulfill global demand of take-away cups. This is a big part of deforestation effect negatively impacting global environment. We calculated that if 5% of arable land would be dedicated to growth of industrial hemp it would be able to supply global demand of paper and carton, thus reducing demand on timber cellulose. In addition to that plastics used to increase strength and make items waterproof are another part of the problem. To produce that amount of synthetic polymers enormous amount of energy and oil is used which after first use is discarded to waste yards and nature in general, where it if not recycled is kept for hundreds of years. We HempCup we use cellulose and fibers extracted from natural hemp, which is very cheap to grow and process in addition to bioplastics produced from the same plant. Research has shown that composites made of bioplastics matrices produced from the hemp with hemp fibers filling has properties not far behind glass fiber composites, but more elastic, cheap, needing less energy to produce and most importantly being more easy to recycle, biodegradable and even compostable. What is lacking in bioplastic made of hemp we fix with addition of one made of algae. Algae bioplastics add to our composites strength, durability, versatility and natural green image.