Biobased, biodegradable fruit and vegetable bags will be mandatory in France as of January 2017.
Sealed Air Corporation and Ecovative Design LLC completed an agreement to accelerate the production, sales and distribution of Ecovative’s EcoCradle Mushroom Packaging, a new technology for environmentally responsible packaging materials made from agricultural byproducts and mycelium, or “mushroom roots”.
Symphony was invited to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Council and the Pacific Basin Economic Council in Hawaii 9-12 November 2011, and was represented by its CEO, Michael Laurier, and Group Deputy Chairman, Michael Stephen.
In March 2010 the UK Dept of the Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) published a report written by researchers at Loughborough University with no expertise in oxo-biodegradable (“OBD”) plastic technology.
Briefing for Governments on oxo-biodegradable Plastic by Professor Gerald Scott.
Oxo-biodegradable bags are better option than compostable bags and cardboard boxes
Symphony Environmental Ltd. issued a certificate for our company, confirming that Plast-Box is an accredited user of the oxy-biodegradation technology with a d2w additive in our products.
The Environment Agency of the UK Government published a Life Cycle Assessment of Supermarket Carrier Bags. The Report shows that the global-warming potential (GWP) of the lightweight oxo-bio carrier bag is much lower than that of starch-polyester blend bags.
Symphony Environmental Technologies welcomes European Commission’s Proposal to address Plastic Waste
Symphony Environmental Technologies, specialists in controlled-life, oxo-biodegradable plastic technology welcomed the announcement by the EU Environment Commissioner, Janez Potocnik to investigate the problem of plastic waste in the environment.
Norland International Inc. has introduced the industry’s first oxo-biodegradable cap for 5-gal (19 l.) water bottles
Polythene UK, the largest broker of polythene film and bags in the UK, is launching two new materials that can be applied across their entire product range providing a ‘green’ solution to the ongoing problem of polythene waste.