Tetronics spoke at the Recycling Metals from Industrial Waste Course
Tetronics spoke at the Colorado School of Mines’ Recycling Metals from Industrial Waste Course in June 2015.
The Recycling Metals from Industrial Waste is run by the Colorado School of Mines (CSM). Its program, now in its 23rd year, focuses on current plant practices to convert metal-containing wastes to products. Processors, raw materials, and markets are identified and quantified. Speakers with decades of hands-on experience detail multiple approaches to recycling metals and associated materials – backed up by slides, videos, and the syllabus.
Particular emphasis was given to combinations of physical, hydrometallurgical, and pyrometallurgical processing, along with associated regulations, to facilitate economical recycling. The presentations were on a practical level, focusing on plant operations, with ample opportunity for interaction by the course participants.
The CSM Recycling Metals from Industrial Waste Course was held in Golden, Colorado in June 2015.
Tetronics’ International Sales Manager, Dan Martin, spoke on ‘The Recovery of Precious Metals and Platinum Group Metals from Catalysts and other Secondary Sources using Plasma Smelting Technology’, on behalf of Tetronics.
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