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Symphony Environmental Technologies

  • BY: Andrew Hore |
  • POSTED: 06/02/2017 |

Household gloves and water pipes that use the d2p antimicrobial technology developed by Symphony Environmental Technologies have been launched. 

The household gloves are being sold in Wilko stores in the UK. The d2p water pipes are being sold by Dadex Eternit in Pakistan.

In 2016, revenues were higher than expected at £6.8m and Symphony should move from loss to profit, helped by cost cutting.

The share price has nearly doubled to 7.13p over less than a fortnight.

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