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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 1.67% 15.25 146,324 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.00 15.50 15.25 15.25 15.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.23 -0.70 -0.41 27
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:57 O 15,000 15.35 GBX

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07/3/2021
08:20
Symphony Environmental T... Daily Update: Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SYM. The last closing price for Symphony Environmental T... was 15p.
Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 14.75p and a 12 week average price of 14.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 46.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.25p.
There are currently 176,751,277 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 205,341 shares. The market capitalisation of Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc is £26,954,569.74.
27/2/2021
09:36
bbmsionlypostafter: Currently doing th rounds on the financial bulletin boards & said to apply to EQT, VRS & without a doubt poster boy for the AIM lifestyle company, SYM. Always bear in mind the maxim for BOD's. It is to ensure that company makes them and their families financially secure. If the company succeeds as well, that is a bonus. I can already hear some posters saying 'how can that be achieved without the company succeeding? First, pension pot payments will be maximised from our coffers. Free shares and options, which can be transferred to family, and then sold, and of course, salary and bonuses. I'm sure most investors on here have been invested in companies which have seen BOD members do very well, and the company not so. But, hope springs eternal, and since most of us are 'greedy', we lack the common sense to sell, and we wait for 20, 30 50, 100 bagger.
11/2/2021
12:18
this_is_me: After a left click on robertnash2 and a click on posts I see years of posts on only one company SYM; probably from someone with countless aliases. I certainly hope that the share price goes down to 8p. If it does I will be buying. It is certainly on a down trend - no point in trying to catch a falling knife.
10/2/2021
17:47
robertnash2: Same old story. Will the share price go down to 8p as February 2020?
30/11/2020
16:16
esrjm22: I agree. Rms share price climbing on Hype. No Production not a Mask made. Strange why SYM hasn't took off. I wouldn't be heavily invested in RMS if the response to this SYM's Mask is not that exciting.
30/11/2020
15:44
hamidahamida: Interesting RMS has no revenues and rocketed 10 fold on mask news whereas profitable SYM revenues are close to 9 million and it released virus killing mask news which is currently available to buy and share price is stagnant
16/11/2020
08:07
gemlotte55: New d2p product launch Mon, 16th Nov 2020 07:00 RNS Number : 3492F Symphony Environmental Tech. PLC 16 November 2020 16 November 2020 SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Symphony" or the "Group") New d2p Product Launch Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global specialist in technologies to enhance the properties of plastic and some non-plastic products, is pleased to announce the launch of SYMFresh, a new reusable press n' seal fruit and vegetable bag. The SYMFresh bags have been developed to keep climacteric fruit and vegetables fresher for longer. Climacteric fruit and vegetables release ethylene gas when placed or packaged in a plastic bag which causes accelerated ripening and decay of fruit and vegetables. This maturation can alter the colour and texture of the produce, effectively shortening the shelf life. The new SYMFresh bags have been made with Symphony's d2p ethylene adsorber technology, a microporous structure which adsorbs and traps the ethylene inside the film, delaying ripening and regulating moisture, to slow down the drying out process. By conserving the nutritional qualities, crispness and flavour of the fruit and vegetables, SYMFresh bags are proven to extend the shelf life of such produce by up to 40%. According to figures produced by WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) an estimated one third of all food produced globally goes to waste. The UK alone wastes approximately 6.6 million tonnes of food annually with households accounting for 70% of this figure, and 34% of this wastage consisting of fruit and vegetables. Food waste is not just a humanitarian problem but is also an environmental one. Rotting food generates methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide, and 11% of methane emissions come from food. For further information a dedicated website with video link has been launched at hxxps://www.sym-fresh.net/ Michael Laurier, CEO of Symphony, said: "After more than 3 years of development, we are delighted to launch the first retail consumable product made with d2p ethylene adsorber technology. This is part of a wider product development program, whereby we are meeting global demand to reduce food waste and to increase our product offering to existing and new markets. Albeit early stage, conversations with our distributors on this new technology have been positive and we are hopeful SYMFresh will become a complementary as well as a commercially valued product alongside our existing product range." www.d2w.net and www.d2p.net Enquiries Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc Michael Laurier, CEO Tel: +44 (0) 20 8207 5900 Ian Bristow, CFO www.symphonyenvironmental.com Zeus Capital Limited (Nominated Adviser and Joint Broker) David Foreman / Nick Cowles / Kieran Russell (Corporate Finance) Tel: +44 (0) 203 829 5000 Dominic King / Victoria Ayton (Sales
30/10/2020
16:00
bad gateway: Yet SYM are still winning the argument in the UK? Symphony Environmental Technologies : OPA response to Wales share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook 0 10/30/2020 | 12:35pm GMT EU registration no. 370641927438-79 OPA response to Welsh Government Consultation Document Number: WG40193 "Reducing single use plastics" Coronavirus has made everyone realise that single-use plastic is essential to protect us from the spread of disease, and it is in use today for a wide variety of personal protective equipment and packaging. This is not a temporary phenomenon, because people are never going to forget the need to protect themselves and their families from microbial attack. In addition, plastic is the only material in common use which can itself be made antimicrobial, and it has been proved by testing in accordance with ISO 21072 to destroy 99.9% of viruses within one hour of coming into contact with it. All single-use plastics should now be made with anti-microbial technology. Some of this plastic will however get into the environment after its useful life, and as yet very few governments have a policy for dealing with plastic which has escaped, despite their best efforts into the open environment, from which it cannot realistically be collected. The reason for this consultation by the Welsh Government is described by the Deputy Minister when she says in the introduction "Single use plastic items make up a significant proportion of litter on our streets, parks and seas. It blights our communities and has a devastating impact on our wildlife." This is reinforced in paras. 8-12 of the consultation. It was to address this very problem that oxo-biodegradable plastic was invented many years ago by the scientists who had themselves created plastics and who realised that the durability which they had achieved could be a problem. They therefore found a way to cause the molecular structure of the plastic to convert automatically by oxidation into low molecular-weight materials which are biodegradable. They called this process "oxo-biodegradation" and it occurs anywhere in the open environment where oxygen is present, without any need to take the plastic to a composting facility. 1.3 The Welsh government now has an opportunity to adopt a policy for dealing with plastic which has escaped into the open environment, and especially the oceans, from which it cannot realistically be collected for recycling or anything else. 1.4 Therefore in answer to Questions 6 and 7 we consider that oxo-biodegradable plastic should not only be exempted from any ban, but that all short-life plastics in Wales should be required to be made with oxo-biodegradable technology, as they have already done in some countries in the Middle-East.... hTTps://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/SYMPHONY-ENVIRONMENTAL-TE-4003547/news/Symphony-Environmental-Technologies-OPA-response-to-Wales-31652042/?utm_medium=RSS&utm_source=googlenews&utm_content=20201030
30/10/2020
07:35
gemlotte55: Launch of d2p and d2w enhanced drinking straws Fri, 30th Oct 2020 07:00 RNS Number : 6762D Symphony Environmental Tech. PLC 30 October 2020 30 October 2020 SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Symphony" or the "Group") COLOMBIAN COMPANY PROMOCIONES FANTÁSTICAS LAUNCHES DRINKING STRAWS WHICH ARE BOTH ANTIMICROBIAL AND BIODEGRADABLE Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global specialist in technologies that "make plastic smarter" is pleased to report that Promociones Fantásticas a Colombian drinking straws producer and leader in the Latin American market, has announced the launch of their new d2w (biodegradable) and d2p (antimicrobial) drinking straws. Symphony is the technology partner and Symphony's exclusive distributor Latin Pack is the masterbatch supplier. Promociones Fantásticas has been using d2w successfully in their straws since April 2017. As previously announced, testing of d2p samples by UNICAMP University in Brazil according to ISO 21702 found a virus reduction of 99.9% in only one hour, which is vital during the coronavirus pandemic. d2p has also been proved effective against bacteria and fungi, which is critical as this is a product that enters in direct contact with customers' mouths where microbes can easily be transmitted. As the antimicrobial properties are embedded in the plastic, they will never wear off - unlike spraying, wiping, or coating. Michael Laurier, CEO of Symphony, said: "We are delighted to continue our long-standing and valued relationship with Promociones Fantásticas, and hope that other, environmentally and socially responsible companies around the world will follow their lead in protecting customers and the environment alike. This follows recent other Symphony d2w and d2p new users, for example, Cotripal in Brazil whose shopping bags now contain both d2p and d2w Symphony technologies. We are seeing increased interest for our d2p anti-microbial technologies as a combination with our d2w biodegradable technology in several countries across the globe. Further, the products of these interested manufacturers are of both multi use, but also single use items, that historically were more commonly treated with just our d2w biodegradable technology." Carlos Cruz, CEO of Promociones Fantásticas, said: "In the context of the global pandemic our company has assumed an increased responsibility to protect public health, create jobs and preserve the environment. Over the years we have encouraged our customers to properly dispose of used straws so they can be recycled where possible. But we have also taken additional measures to protect the environment from plastic that escapes into the open environment by using the globally renowned British d2w biodegradable technology. Today we go further, by helping to protect our customers from Coronavirus and other forms of contamination by using d2p technology, that has been proven against viruses, bacteria, and fungi." www.d2w.net and www.d2p.net See video links:
28/9/2020
06:18
gemlotte55: 28/09/2020 7:00am RNS Non-Regulatory TIDMSYM Symphony Environmental Tech. PLC 28 September 2020 28 September 2020 SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Symphony" or the "Group") UK Airport Group introduces biodegradable security bag Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global specialist in technologies that "make plastics smarter" is pleased to announce that AGS Airports Ltd ("AGS"), which operates Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports has become the first UK company to trial a new oxo-biodegradable 100 ml security bag. The switch to oxo-biodegradable security bags is the latest initiative introduced to help reduce AGS's carbon footprint. AGS has joined over 200 airports across Europe in signing ACI Europe's NetZero 2050 pledge, a commitment to achieving net zero for the carbon under their control by 2050. At a UK level, AGS is a signatory to Sustainable Aviation's decarbonisation roadmap, which is the first national net zero aviation commitment anywhere in the world. Symphony's oxo-biodegradable plastic bags have been introduced in partnership with Enviro-point, a subsidiary of airport service company Luggage-point. Plastic bags and packaging made with Symphony's d(2) w are just as strong, waterproof and flexible as regular plastic and can be used for all the same intents and purposes. However, unlike regular plastic, d2w security bags do not create persistent microplastics, and if they escape collection and end up in the open environment as litter, the d(2) w will accelerate the natural process of oxidation. Reducing the molecular weight of the polymer until it is no longer a plastic and can be bio-assimilated (i.e. used as a food source) by fungi and bacteria on land and in the ocean. This happens in the same way as nature's wastes and much, much faster than regular plastic, drastically reducing dwell-time in the environment. It is estimated that approximately 8 million tonnes of plastic end up in the oceans of the world each year (source: Ocean Conservancy organisation) with approximately 80% of the plastic originating in land. Mark Johnston, COO at AGS, said "Finding a suitable alternative that met both security and operational requirements while retaining the necessary resilience the bags require was a challenge, so we are really pleased to be able to trial a product that can not only be re-used and recycled, but also provides our passengers with the assurance that they are also supporting our efforts to protect the environment." Graeme Stewart, CEO, Enviro-point commented "We have a long and trusted relationship with AGS through our association via Luggage-Point and I am delighted to see the group become the first in the UK to provide Oxo-Biodegradable liquid bags within their airports. Despite the current challenges facing the aviation industry, it is vital that we do not lose sight of environmental issues and as AGS has demonstrated, positive changes can still be made during these difficult times. I hope to witness further airports making the same positive change by introducing Enviro-Point's Oxo-Biodegradable liquid bags, as small changes can often have the largest impact." Symphony's CEO, Michael Laurier said "We are delighted Enviro-Point has embraced d(2) w as their Technology of choice for the new oxo-biodegradable 100 ml security bag, supplied to AGS Airports Ltd, because it allows passengers to keep using the best product for the job, without the environmental consequences associated with plastic."
22/9/2020
06:49
gemlotte55: Symphony Environmental T... Share News - SYM Current Price 27.50p 0.00 TIDMSYM Symphony Environmental Tech. PLC 22 September 2020 22 September 2020 SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Symphony" or the "Group") BRAZILIAN SUPERMARKET CHAIN COTRIPAL LAUNCHES CARRIER BAGS WHICH ARE BOTH ANTI-MICROBIAL AND BIODEGRADABLE Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global specialist in technologies that "make plastic smarter" is pleased to report that the Cotripal Agropecuária Cooperativa ("Cotripal") chain of supermarkets in Brazil, has announced the launch of their new d2w (biodegradable) and d2p (antimicrobial) carrier bags. Symphony are Cotripal's technology partner and Symphony's exclusive distributor RES Brasil are the masterbatch supplier. The bags are made by Plastifilme, who have been using d2w successfully since 2004. Testing of d2p samples by UNICAMP University in Brazil according to ISO 21702 found a virus reduction of 99.9% in only one hour, which is vital during the coronavirus pandemic. d2p has also been proved effective against bacteria and fungi, which is important as many carrier bags are never disinfected and are left in the car where microbes can multiply quickly. As the antimicrobial properties are embedded in the plastic, they will never wear off - unlike spraying, wiping, or coating. Germano Döwich, President of Cotripal said: "Over the years we have aimed to reduce our packaging, to recycle where possible, and also to resolve the issue of plastic that escapes into the open environment by using the globally renowned British d2w biodegradable technology. Today we go further, by helping to protect our customers from Coronavirus and other forms of contamination by using d2p technology, that has been proven against viruses, bacteria, and fungi. "Cotripal was the first supermarket in the State of Rio Grande do Sul to use d2w to protect the environment. Now we are the first in Brazil to adopt d2p as well for our carrier bags, to protect the health of our customers against microbes in these pandemic times." Michael Laurier, CEO of Symphony, said "We are delighted to continue our long standing and valued relationship with Cotripal and Plastifilme, and hope that other, environmentally and socially responsible companies around the world will follow Cotripal's lead in protecting their customers and the environment alike." www.d2w.net and www.d2p.net
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