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Biome Technologies Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/1/2021
10:50
Far too illiquid and massive spread - Virtually uninvestible unless prepared to hold for 5 years plus (imo)
pugugly
22/1/2021
22:09
Was subdued interview, but in five years time or seven could be a monster of a prize. Its one to put in cupboard and look at later. Love Biome , needs the Bio plastic to be flexible until then restricted.
thordon
22/1/2021
08:14
He does his best to try & seem excited because the timescales he mentions (....should bio-degrade between years 5-7!) means these trials/grants should comfortably see him through to retirement.Same old, same old.
begorrah88
21/1/2021
14:55
http://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/biome-technologies-2,500-tonnes-of-plastic-is-a-big-problem,-biodegradable-tree-shelters-now-trialing-interview/412954601
jmf69
19/1/2021
23:50
Equals to a new cost. Hope this will generate some revenue too
marmar80
19/1/2021
15:32
hTTps://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6757309524773761024 Three new appointments. Note the focus on North America.
michaelmouse
17/1/2021
23:31
vaneric1 you are correct but Biome did research this area but failed in end product as did not bio degrade in the set period of time. This is the second period nearly 5 years later ( have to double check off memory ). This time using tree pulp 1st stage 3 months - will the product not degrade during its period of tree growth - answer it past 2nd stage - ( from memory ) 6 to 9 months will it degrade. 3rd stage - ( from memory forgotten ) Could look up but late at night
thordon
16/1/2021
21:00
Didn't they have those tree protectors years ago?
vaneric1
16/1/2021
15:47
http://www.ayming.co.uk/insights/opinion/sustainable-life-sciences-a-return-to-nature/
jmf69
14/1/2021
19:43
It looks as though both are still onboard which is encouraging, will take a better look over the weekend, thanks for replies.
1pencil
14/1/2021
15:18
From a presentation a few years ago, I believe there are 2... San Francisco Bay coffee http://twitter.com/SFBayCoffee/status/1349730756487045123?s=19And Camerons coffee http://www.cameronscoffee.com/
jmf69
14/1/2021
15:05
Thanks, missed that line, it would be handy to know over what duration they breakdown and/if any residue. Have they made public who their US customer is for coffee pods?
1pencil
14/1/2021
14:14
Yes they biodegrade in place if not collected. It really is worth researching this company in detail. Given the current focus on all things environmental, Biome are in a sweet spot for their Biodegradable solutions:- https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/biome-technologies-BIOM/share-news/Biome-Technologies-PLC-Biome-starts-biodegradable/83600180 "These shelters will be designed to provide protection to growing trees, not hinder growth as trees reach maturity and biodegrade if not collected." Yesterday's announcement was more significant than meets the eye, and it's worth a look at this video which includes info about the next stage field trials (20,000 shelters) and the desire from their client, Suregreen, to leave a lasting environmental legacy. hTTps://vimeo.com/455897470 Tree shelters alone would be a huge market for Biome, but it shouldn't distract from the accelerating penetration of their products into the USA.
michaelmouse
14/1/2021
13:36
Do these new bioplastics breakdown in place, or do they need to be collected along the lines of existing tree shelters for dedicated composting plants? 'Traditionally made from oil-based and non-biodegradable plastics, the majority of such shelters are never collected and eventually litter the environment with microplastics.'
1pencil
14/1/2021
11:07
20k shelters for the next phase
jmf69
14/1/2021
07:08
Great work by Biom team, well done in producing such great products to help save the world.
amt
13/1/2021
08:42
Well, me too tbh
marmar80
13/1/2021
08:37
I want to give Biome the benefit of the doubt in regards to historic opportunities - it's regulation that will drive the true opportunity here (no ordinary company will pay a premium for packaging where it doesn't currently need to) and I think it's coming. I just want Biome to be in the game for the different opportunities
mjb252
13/1/2021
08:10
Looks like someone has tightened the screw on Mines & these endless, unproductive grants.Where are the results? 'Oh, well we've kept this bit of, sort of bio type plastic, in the cupboard for 3 months and it seems ok' 'can we keep getting grants if we say there is a big market?'When haven't Biome had a massive market to aim at?It is Mines inability to commercialise anything that is, and aaaaaalllllwaaays has been, the problem.
begorrah88
13/1/2021
08:05
Don't get me wrong trees (and coffee pods) are indeed scalable oops but I'd like to see more plastic fingers in more plastic pies - and evidence of it in Their statements - it's such a big potential market
mjb252
13/1/2021
08:02
Looks like a huge market.
amt
13/1/2021
07:49
https://vimeo.com/494238613 Biodegradable tree shelters, by Biome
marmar80
13/1/2021
07:40
Why not trees? You will all see massive trees planting around the world next to come.
marmar80
13/1/2021
07:38
There are some studies last year on bioplastics showing them to be highly toxic. I do not know if that includes the types of polymers Biome's uses but "Cellulose and starch-based products induce the strongest in vitro toxicity" Google 'toxic bioplastics' and you can see. I would rather play circular paper providers for green solutions than bioplastics now
solooiler
13/1/2021
07:32
...Do I sound ungrateful or do others feel similar?
mjb252
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