Plastic to the rescue of Covid and more news from Brazil

Covid – Plastic to the Rescue

The entire public bus system in the city of Guarulhos, Brazil -858 vehicles in total with 400,000 regular users – will soon be protected against viruses, fungi, and bacteria with d2p anti-microbial film covering the internal surfaces

The film is being supplied by a Brazilian company Extrusa Pack who said: “We wanted to contribute in some way to tackling the pandemic, and as we already manufacture garbage bags with this important antimicrobial technology, we only needed to adjust the factory equipment to produce the protective plastic film.”

Symphony Environmental Technologies plc (LON:SYM) is a world leader in the development of additives to make ordinary plastic biodegradable and protective technologies to enhance plastic products.

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