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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
  -0.10p -1.27% 7.75p 7.50p 8.00p 7.85p 7.75p 7.85p 313,280 09:47:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.8 0.0 0.0 258.3 12.00

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14/5/2019
17:24
nice rise at the end!
chinadog3
11/5/2019
18:24
The majority of the world does not have the infrastructure to collect rubbish in the way that we are accustomed to in the U.K.I believe also true to say that in many, many countries little to no thought is given to merely dropping plastic litter into the open environment, at the time the packaging is opened.It is in these circumstances that SYM's technology offers a fallback position .. surely better to do something 'now' to address this problem and prevent plastic littering indefinitely in the environment before ultimately finding its way into water courses and then the seas.Developing waste collection and recycling infrastructure takes years and years, as does changing the mindset of citizens regarding dropping litter. In the interim, SYM has a technology that works. All that said, go look at grass verges of U.K. motorways .. thick with waste plastic bags.
mattjos
10/5/2019
15:32
PTSG - Great recovery story!!!! nai.dyor etc
miahkaysor
10/5/2019
13:12
Garth, You are mixing things up. Sym product is NOT compostable (nor claimed to be) and so not suitable for veg waste. It is not designed to be compostable. Sym product is supposed to help with the problem of plastics littering. Bags left out and about 'should' degrade down in time. Nor are SYM products good for Landfill - land fill is designed to be stable and prefers to have stable products in there - so it can be covered and turned back into usable land. The jury is still in debate about whether Sym products can harm recycling of ordinary plastic bags - some say yes, company says no. So far as I can see, here in the UK, little plastic bag waste is recycled anyway and legislation is forcing a huge reduction in the numbers made and used, by way of the plastic bag surcharge of 5p. That might get extended or made even more expensive. So, it remains to be seen if there is any effective market for OXO degradable in the UK. Other territories have different tax and infrastructure situations, which will change the possibilities.
heeley3
10/5/2019
10:52
Sales have been poor I don't see this RNS doing anything different to what was the situation BEFORE the EU got involved However it gave a few a chance to bail The world does NOT need plastic
buywell2
10/5/2019
09:55
Good morning all. In 2008 I started a thread on SYM with the share price at 2.5p I forget when I last sold out but the price has been up and down, plastics have come centre stage and SYM still seem to struggle gaining real traction. Interesting development announced this morning. But can someone please remind me how SYM's product has any advantage over the nice green bags I buy to put my veg waste in that then go into the compost? G.
garth
10/5/2019
09:15
not only does this re-open the EU market now for SYM but, also helps outside the EU in case there were any 'dithering' buyers scared away by the EU investigation
mattjos
10/5/2019
08:52
http://industrynewscenter.com/44855/global-oxo-biodegradable-plastic-packaging-market-2019-unibag-maghreb-wells-plastics-willow-ridge-plastics/
tez123
10/5/2019
08:20
Back to 30p for starters?
mattjos
10/5/2019
08:16
yes this changes the story for the better
jailbird
10/5/2019
08:14
This really is Brilliant news for SYM
mattjos
10/5/2019
08:09
Marked up 14% early doors
replicas1967
10/5/2019
07:25
Unusual for chemical regulation in the EU. I doubt it will be the last of it as ECHA do like to recycle issues. I may buy back in to these now though will likely be a tentative foray.
audigger
10/5/2019
07:19
Sense prevailed !
replicas1967
09/5/2019
17:37
The world does not need plastic.
buywell3
09/5/2019
17:13
http://twitter.com/NatureFlexFilms/status/1126080180190052352?s=09
jmf69
08/5/2019
18:14
There is a BoD member who must be past his sell by date born 25th September 1942 now aged 77 why has he not been put out to pasture?
robertnash2
03/5/2019
07:42
There is always a but with their expected to meet expectations comments
jailbird
03/5/2019
07:15
Thank you Mr. Diva for your RNS surpringly there is no mention of Prof Richard Thompson's concerns, hopefully your "Mini Me" will respond in due course with some more "BS". On another point it is noted that sales are through 100 distributors is it not about time that these are broken down by region. Fancy flags for distributors does not wash anymore.
robertnash2
29/4/2019
09:58
View Symphony Environmental Technologies talk at The Global Group UK Investor Show: https://www.ukinvestorshow.com/videos/symphony-environmental-technologies-plc/
leeroy jenkins
29/4/2019
08:16
longsight thank you an interesting article. Now let's see SET's spin doctor respone! Quote:Five different types of plastic carrier bag were compared. These included two types of oxo-biodegradable bag, one biodegradable bag, one compostable bag, and a high-density polyethylene bag – a conventional plastic bag. The study found a lack of clear evidence that biodegradable, oxo-biodegradable and compostable materials offered an environmental advantage over conventional plastics, and the potential for fragmentation into microplastics caused additional concern. Prof Richard Thompson, head of the unit, said the research raised questions about whether the public was being misled. “We demonstrate here that the materials tested did not present any consistent, reliable and relevant advantage in the context of marine litter,” he said. “It concerns me that these novel materials also present challenges in recycling. Our study emphasises the need for standards relating to degradable materials, clearly outlining the appropriate disposal pathway and rates of degradation that can be expected.”
robertnash2
29/4/2019
08:02
The market has spoken 6.66p
buywell3
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