|Short film explaining how Symphony’s d2w (controlled-life) plastic works and it’s role in helping to protect the environment from plastic litter or land and in the oceans.|
|Michael Stephen – Chairman of the Oxo-biodegradable Plastics Association, speaking at the EU Conference on Plastics in Brussels on 28th September 2017.|
|Chris Packham (Environmentalist and Broadcaster) talking about the benefits of oxo-biodegradable technology|
|d2w Bag degrading
This video shows how a bag degrades over time, thanks to the unique additive d2w, owned by Symphony. d2w turns ordinary plastic at the end of its useful life into a material with a completely different molecular structure. At that stage it is no longer a plastic and has become a material which can be bio-assimilated in the open environment in the same way as a leaf.