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|Only three trades today and one of them a buy!
It's holding up well,in my opinion.|
|Well its doing better than most of the market!
|20th April then..........|
|lets hope we all weather the storm....joules|
|Bloody hell, I wish I hadn't taken my eyes off the ball here. 200 would have been a nice & obvious support point, even with the yuge spread. Lift has been huge though, so next dip, I'm in to buy & hold for the drought!|
|This Business seems to be in a lot of trouble with its Commercial Laundry services and could well benefit from XSG's technology:
I wonder if XSG's Leaders are aware of the opportunity going begging ?????|
|Intriguing how amazingly unresponsive this BB is. The news today and the 4 x RNSs has had the hoped for effect of rising the share price dramatically - now 25% in two days at time of writing. This is what the stock has been waiting for - positive news at a time when the water shortages worldwide are making more headlines.
Clearly this is a new piece of technology with a very long way to go and the share price over the next week will no doubt reflect that. I am a big fan of CPX where the share price has surged with every piece of positive news and has only just stalled because of the relative quiet in this respect though no doubt the forthcoming results will change all that. The same applied to XSG which may well hit 300 now before settling down again. Many PIs have clearly abandoned this stock because of the shortage of news and the consequent decline in the share price. PIs tend to be very short term.
Excellent technology and good management here and will be surprised if this new return to the higher level of share price does not hold and rise in the immediate future.|
|THE Technology of the future!|
|seems IP Group purchased more on 10th of feb missed that.|
|Good old Woodford.|
|jpuff - unfortunately as the majority of shares are tightly held, by Woodford & Invesco, the illiquid nature of the traded shares will see such drastic lurching on the upside & downside - won't be surprised to see that Woodford picked up that 1.5m sale at the negotiated price of 192.5
the shares will only gain traction once revenues are more advanced n commercialisation of the technology accelerates|
|I'm getting rather sea sick from all these ups and downs! Hopefully this marks a low point again after that big marked sale appeared|
|There was a massive lack of water in California until a few weeks ago. Water costs a fortune out there. Now the reservoirs are half full. Only temporary though!|
|Would you rather short-term magic or long-term sustainability Potter?
I hope for the latter,though I wouldn't mind the former!|
|I see we're experiencing one of our regular dips in MV & share price yet again ?
When, oh when, will this gain real traction again and blast through to an all time and irretrievable high... I think we need Public & Private Hospital networks at Country level, along with more, widespread Hotel networks.|
|Yes thanks The Prophet.
Questions have been covered before.
Water shortage is going to be a serious issue in the future.
I read some worrying statistics about China and likely lack of clean drinking water in years to come.
Primach... the point is very little water is used.
I was surprised how little.|
|The Prophet: Thanks - just a bit concerned as to whether at risk from Sky's current OCEAN campaign. Your quote appears to have answered the question,|
|not a holder here, but interested.
Anyway, the answer to your question PUGUGLY would seem to be here:
Our beads are highly reusable, lasting for hundreds upon hundreds of wash loads before needing replacement.
The polymer used in the beads is 100 percent recyclable. Once the beads are taken out of circulation, they are recycled by Xeros.
The image below shows Xeros polymer beads at different stages through their use phase in the Xeros system – in this case, having trapped vagrant dye from hundreds of loads of dark blue or red work wear.
Xeros goes one important step further to help ensure the sustainability of the polymer bead washing system with our Sbeadycare programme. As a part of the programme, Xeros supplies all of the necessary beads, chemicals, and support to make the most of the Xeros system, as well as providing a reliable recycable plastics collection method for used beads to ensure that they do not end up in landfill.|
|But what happens to the nylon polymer beads after they have been used instead of water to clean clothes. What proportion of them either go down the drain or into the waste and eventually find their way into the sea to add to the plastic contamination ?|
|Any views here on whether a Trump regime may make grants system more restricted for the hotels that are buying these machines in water stressed areas ? I'm thinking no effect but welcome other views.|
|The beads are fully recyclable and last ages too.|
|They get good environmental marks for saving water and power, but not clear how
waste water is handled.? What about the beads? Are they biodegradable?|
|Does anyone know when interim results are coming out? Financial calendar only says it's in march... looking for something a bit more specific?|