Tetronics International shows Swindon Councillor potential for green job growth in Swindon
Swindon, Feb 19, 2013 – Swindon based Tetronics International., market leader in the supply of Direct Current (DC) plasma waste recovery plants for the treatment of hazardous waste and metal recovery, was pleased to welcome Mark Dempsey to their Swindon offices, both in his role as Deputy Leader of the Swindon Labour Group of Councillors and as European Environmental Policy Advisor for Hewlett Packard. Discussions took place around the global demand for Tetronics plasma waste management technology and its knock-on effect to generating green growth in Swindon.
Leading Plasma Arc Supplier Consolidates Position in International Arena
Tetronics Ltd. is delighted to announce its re-launch as Tetronics International, at this year’s landmark Resource & Waste Management (RWM) Exhibition. This step forward formally marks the company’s expanding global footprint.
A Breath of Fresh Air – Tetronics Featured in The Chemical Engineer
Tetronics’ plasma waste recovery solution is featured in the May edition of The Chemical Engineer, highlighting how the technology is being used to treat hazardous residues from air pollution.
Tetronics Supports Sellafield with Nuclear Decommissioning Research – Potentially Delivering Significant Economic Benefit to the UK
Tetronics has been commissioned to run trials for Sellafield Ltd using its plasma technology to convert a simulated Intermediate Level Waste (ILW) into a stabilised form with a considerable level of volume reduction.
Mitsubishi Corporation and Tetronics Form Collaboration to Tackle Hazardous Waste From the Aluminium Industry
The collaboration partnership will see Mitsubishi Corporation and Tetronics working together to treat the problematic Spent PotLiner (SPL) hazardous waste generated from manufacturing of aluminium.
Tetronics to Supply Plasma Hazardous Waste Treatment Technology for UK’s First Green Energy Park
The technology will turn the Air Pollution Control (APC) residue generated from the Biomass Power Plant into bricks and tiles for the building industry