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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc LSE:SYM London Ordinary Share GB0009589168 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -8.33% 27.50 27.00 28.00 30.50 27.00 30.50 744,434 14:41:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.2 -0.7 -0.4 - 47

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02/1/2018
10:49
Thank you for bringing it to my attention Mattj
hazl
02/1/2018
10:41
The new China ban on accepting overseas waste plastic is going to cause real issues for UK (and other countries) this year. Should bring a lot of attention to Symphony's solutions.
someuwin
02/1/2018
10:38
Hey, best of luck. You pays your money, etc, etc. There is plenty of media coverage at the mo so you never know.
beeks of arabia
02/1/2018
10:31
I believe chart says otherwise Beeks: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
mattjos
02/1/2018
10:29
Its great to invest in something environmentally friendly.too, that is ACTUALLY making money!
hazl
02/1/2018
10:27
It was in the right place back then as well, with loads of funding. Just don’t be left holding the baby, the company has never reached its potential and, in 15 years, some might say they never will.
beeks of arabia
02/1/2018
10:17
Well Beeks Every dog has its day. It seems to be in the right place and with the recent buying by the large shareholder they must think this thing is about to bark
hybrasil
02/1/2018
10:06
this is pretty tightly held.. had a disappointing H2 share price wise.. but with all the global headlines about plastic.. surely 2018 is the year for SYM Hoping so come on Mr Laurier.. bring out some positivity for early 2018!
maccamcd
02/1/2018
09:58
I'm buying.
someuwin
02/1/2018
09:42
just look at the trading update.
hazl
02/1/2018
09:20
hybrasi I am with you! Let's see what the share is in a couple of months!
hazl
02/1/2018
08:28
Bought some this morning. Let's see what it's like in 52 weeks
hybrasil
01/1/2018
09:52
My attention was brought to this share by the ADVFN thread shares to double in 2018. Listening to the news about china banning plastics makes me think that this could be a very exciting share for this year
hybrasil
29/12/2017
14:14
Technology? What technology?
heeley3
22/12/2017
18:58
I agree neilrr - if the company had the answer and technology to assist in resolving the problem one would have thought that the government or plastic's companies would be at the company's door to link SYM's technology into the processing procedure. Turnover and profits would thus climb if SYM's technology was not only good enough and if so taken up by manufacturers. There is so very much publicity about plastics and their damage to the environment both land and in the oceans that the failure of the company to really break out is unfortunate.
snowyflake
13/12/2017
15:02
Dozey3 you are correct it needs Government action. The BoD have a Chairman who is a Euro MP and has been a Conservative MP since 1999. A Vice Chairman aged 75 who is an ex Conservative MP, they both have contacts within the party, one must presume as neilrr puts it they are a lifestyle company with no interest in their shareholders only interested in milking to company for their own personal gains. Maccamcd I think neilrr has answered why not plus (1) there are others in the business that have been profitable (2) they have no IP and (3) the BoD get rid or make trumped up charges against other board members if they dare question anything. I can think of at least 3 or 4 to date. Finally IMHO this company is going no where.
robertnash2
11/12/2017
13:20
It needs govt action, simple as that. Look at the reduction in carrier-bag waste since the 5p charge was introduced in retail outlets. A juicy tax on n0n-biodegradable plastic packaging would be an excellent start. But investors banking on political common sense are sure to be disappointed.
dozey3
11/12/2017
13:11
Because SYM does not have the answer. After nearly 20 years & about £10 million in BoD salaries, pensions & perks they they have achieved annual profits lower than a Peckham chicken shop & just about zero penetration into the market, domestic or foreign. Very little to show for all that money paid. It's a lifestyle company that relies on a new wave of greeny mugs to buy the BS & the shares every couple of years. That's all it ever was & what it is now.
neilrr
11/12/2017
11:59
14m watch Blue Planet. And not one of them wakes up and fancies investing in SYM.Why is that?
maccamcd
20/11/2017
17:41
Going south....History repeating itself?
robertnash2
15/11/2017
10:32
I am invested in SYM a small way as a test. Until now I could never understand the failure of SYM's ability to grow rapidly. We would all like to see plastic garbage rendered compostable - but it is not so, yet. Everyone invested should read the EU report on the subject of Oxo bio-degradation mandated by the EU commission to clear the subject of false claims. : https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/bb3ec82e-9a9f-11e6-9bca-01aa75ed71a1/language-en. From this report, it is fundamentally clear that "PAC (Pro-oxidant Additive Containing) plastic is inhibited from biodegradation if not previously exposed to UV radiation (and to a certain extent heat)". The degradation, therefore, does not work in sea water, nor in compost stacks, but has some value in the open - - as Saudi Arabia is probably banking on. There is however still a snag, even in this category of application. That it works partially, under favourable conditions, encourages the throw away attitude, which may still mean a net accumulation of litter long term. More scientific research needs to be undertaken by governments second, perhaps, only to the problem of global warming, to begin to roll back global suffocation from waste plastic. We also have so called Frankenfoods, plus mercury and lead, and other poisons accumulating in the food chain, like, nico-cotenoids,etc, so perhaps again PAC is not the second greatest scourge to mankind. There is competition galore.
scrutable
13/11/2017
12:55
The fact is that Symphony's d2w product works; absolutely no question about that. Oxo is basically the only valid science that largely solves the litter problem caused by HDPE-LDPE-POLYPROP single use plastics, the main contributor to marine pollution. The compostable lobby is in denial that composting can only occur under specific environmental conditions, which just do not exist in the open environment.
masterbatch
08/11/2017
20:32
Certainly restricts the market in Europe with some big names supporting the study.
hatfullofsky
08/11/2017
11:20
hxxp://www.plasticsnewseurope.com/article/20171106/PNE/171109947/leading-players-back-call-for-ban-on-oxo-degradable-plastic-packaging#email_pneweekly Symphony still has it s detractors. It is hard to reconcile this negative view with the view form countries that Support OXO - degradables.
heeley3
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