Results of five-year study are sweet music for Symphony Environmental

Five years is an age to wait for the results of a study but Symphony Environmental Technologies probably thinks the wait was worth it.

A study into Symphony’s d2w oxo-biodegradable plastic technology sponsored by the French Agence National de Recherche proved ‘beyond doubt’ that d2w is biodegradable in the marine environment.

Symphony added that there was a direct correlation between lab results and real-world conditions, which it said was ‘hugely positive’ as until now it had been alleged that lab results could not demonstrate performance in real-life marine conditions.

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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