Symphony Announces Four Major Advances for d2w Oxo-biodegradable Plastic

SpecialChem - Jun 24, 2011

Symphony's CEO, Michael Laurier commented "Public pressure to ban plastic is driven by the fact that plastic litter can last for hundreds of years in the environment. It is now clear that there is no need to ban plastic just use d2w oxo-biodegradable technology to control the life of the plastic at little or no extra cost. It can still be re-used and recycled during its service-life, and can be safely incinerated and landfilled." "In view of these four important developments the supermarkets and other commercial end-users can now move forward with confidence to adopt d2w technology for all their short-life plastic products made from polyethylene, polypropylene or polystyrene." BRITISH STANDARD 8472 On 20th June...

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