SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS
FOR GLOBAL CHALLENGES
Award winning 100% plastic-free paper barrier coatings | Efficient and durable replacement for plastic liners | Recyclable, biodegradable, compostable | Non-toxic platform technology with application across multiple industries | Focussed on innovative sol-gel applications

Award Winning Paper Coating Technology

The world is facing considerable challenges posed by plastic pollution and climate change. In our oceans alone, it is estimated that there will more plastic than fish by 2050. The extent of the problem extends beyond just plastics in our oceans, with microplastics (tiny fragments of plastic found in water and air) now being found in the Arctic and other remote areas.

The global market urgently requires sustainable solutions to tackle these major challenges. SGMA delivers solutions that are sustainable and provide alternatives to plastic and a route to create effective non fossil fuel-based chemicals by using non-toxic raw materials that are available globally.

SGMA’s barrier coating for fibre-based packaging provides an excellent example of how we can make a difference. Our barrier coating for fibre-based packaging provides a complete solution to replace single-use plastics and eliminates confusion among users and customers.

Completely free from micro plastics, our technology helps also fits seamlessly into the recycling infrastructure of any country by providing a solution that is biodegradable, compostable and recyclable. The product currently is in process of getting certified for food contact in Europe and America.

News

BBC South East Today

SGMA’s founder & CEO Fanya Ismail was featured on BBC Southeast Today, highlighting the pollution burden of ‘disposable paper’ cups and SGMA’s sustainable and environmentally sound solution.

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Women in Innovation 2019

SGMA Founder and CEO, Dr Fanya Ismail, has been crowned a winner of the prestigious “Women in Innovation 2019” award by Innovate UK.

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Microplastics in the Arctic: A Cause for Concern?

Our increasing use of plastics extends to virtually all aspects of modern life, even reaching Arctic regions. What are the broader implications, and where is more research needed?

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SGMA
8 Pier Road Industrial Estate,
Pier Approach Road, Gillingham,
United Kingdom, ME7 1RZ
Phone: +44 (0) 1634780860
info@sol-gel.co.uk