Bit harsh! Probiotix was basically formed around the excellent LPldl, so it is not beyond the realms of possibility that a division/nascent company/spin off, could be formed out of SweetBiotix. Perhaps a bit early, but the sub-divisions of Opti didn't appear to be valued until listed.
"Everyone at SEPS is excited by this report which verifies that contaminated plastics waste can be treated cleanly, safely and efficiently by producing an intermediary fuel for power, heat and biofuel production. We look forward to the developing the first plant at our facility in Haute-Garonne, France, as part of our collaboration with EQTEC in due course. The results of the tests place us in good stead for the upcoming permitting phase and will offer the sector a treatment for production of energy."
Very encouraging but probably still a way down the road yet.
V111JAS - this is from Eqt's FAQs page. I posted on another thread but since you asked about government funding.
"We are engaging at local, regional, national and pan-national (e.g., EU) levels to drive further consideration of innovative technologies such as ours, and we have appointed a dedicated expert to pursue a variety of public funding opportunities across the EU, UK and USA."
This is from Eqt FAQs page. Not quite on thread topic. But related to "subsidies", which we may not need but would not turn down.
"EQTEC is regularly approached by a range of private- and public-sector entities interested in our technologies, and we have engaged a number of them accordingly.
We believe public policy toward incineration is at the early stages of transitioning and understand the enormous investment in such technology that has been made for the past several decades.
We are already working constructively with local authorities, MPs and other stakeholders for our Deeside, Southport and Billingham projects in the UK.
We are engaging at local, regional, national and pan-national (e.g., EU) levels to drive further consideration of innovative technologies such as ours, and we have appointed a dedicated expert to pursue a variety of public funding opportunities across the EU, UK and USA.
We look forward to announcing continued and deeper relationships with local authorities in the interest of advancing our propositions around small-scale, distributed, local energy security and independence."