Former UK Environment Minister backs revolutionary plastic that solves pollution issues
Symphony Environmental Technologies -- the company behind a game-changing type of plastic that harmlessly biodegrades in the environment -- has received the backing of former UK Environment Minister Theresa Villiers.
By: Symphony Environmental Technologies
Villiers, a British Conservative MP since 1995, who served as Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs from 2019 to 2020, has written to Symphony in support of their d2w biodegradable plastic technology. She says that "this technology can play a positive role in tackling plastics pollution, because it enables everyday plastics to biodegrade safely and quickly if they get into the open environment."
"Such a strongly worded letter from a senior government figure goes a long way to help to ensure greater understanding of our biodegradable plastic product, which is already being used in more than 40 forward-thinking nations, including the UK," says Symphony Environmental's CEO, Michael Laurier.
The environmental benefits of this "oxo-biodegradable"
Several countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East have already legislated to mandate that everyday plastic items be made with oxo-biodegradable technology, which is not only free of microplastics, suitable for food use and leaves no toxic residues, but d2w was the first technology of its type to be awarded an internationally-
Full text of the letter from former UK Environment Minister Theresa Villiers: https://www.clickpress.com/
More about Symphony Environmental at: https://www.symphonyenvironmental.com/
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