Biodegradable additives supplier opens lab in Mexico

Plásticos Degradables, the Mexican distributor of British biodegradable additives developer Symphony Environmental Technologies, has opened its own research laboratory at a cost of about $500,000 (€363,200).

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A Partnership between PaperTyger and Symphony Group

Symphony and PaperTyger started working on development and production of a range of oxo- biodegradable office materials. Many paper items and envelopes are disposed of carelessly, but both companies have developed a solution for this environmental problem by making the products biodegrade at the end of their useful life.

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A Partnership between NH Hoteles and Symphony Group

Symphony has been working with NH Hoteles for a number of years, developing a range of controlled life products in order to create a more environmental friendly range of plastic packaging.

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“New bank notes and cards could reduce spread of infection if made with anti-microbial plastic” says UK plastics specialists

A danger could be greatly reduced by including in the polymer an anti- bacterial formulation which is now available from Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc – a UK company specialising in advanced plastics.

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A Partnership between Inditex Group and Symphony Group

Symphony has partnered with Inditex to build brand awareness. All the plastic bags that the Group now uses are being manufactured with Symphony’s d2w.

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