In yet another crazy manifestation of the cannabis stigma, any waste containing THC needs special handling that drives up costs.

Medical and recreational cannabis is projected to be a $13 billion dollar industry in the US in 2019, which has investors and eager entrepreneurs alike clambering to get in on the market.

Seemingly overnight, cannabis in the US has gone from an underground enterprise to a booming industry - and everyone wants a piece of it.

As is the case in any industry, there will always be intricacies of operation that can make or break a business. In the cannabis industry, the intricacy that no one tells you about is managing the waste.

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Ray Hatch ~ GreenEntrepreneur.com

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