Biodegradable Technology Products made with d2w biodegradable technology look and feel like conventional plastic. The difference is that if a bag or packaging made using d2w escapes collection and ends up as litter in the open environment, they will degrade and biodegrade in a continuous, irreversible and unstoppable process until there is nothing left. In the same way as nature’s waste, and without leaving toxic residues or microplastics behind. The d2w accelerates the natural process of oxidation until the product is no longer a plastic and is instead a material which can be bio-assimilated (i.e. used as a food source) by bacteria and fungi on land or sea
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 that it has received further successful test reports from the Laboratory of Virology at the University of Campinas, Brazil (“Unicamp”) on the Company’s anti-viral nitrile gloves and polypropylene fabric facemasks, made with Symphony’s d2pAM (antimicrobial) technology.