Leading Plasma Arc Supplier Consolidates Position in International Arena
London, September 12th 2012 – 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.
The market leaders in the supply of Direct Current (DC) plasma plants for hazardous waste treatment and metal recovery have experienced a record-breaking year. 2012 has seen the company penetrate several new international markets, and scoop a National Recycling Award for their patented treatment of electrical wastes – a spiralling problem as global demand for electronic goods and subsequent disposal increases.
Tetronics International’s tried and tested technology has been installed in more than 80 plants worldwide, in a wide range of different applications, from the reclamation of Platinum Group Metals in Japan, to the management of hazardous dusts from the steel-making process in Italy, and treatment of contaminated soils in Germany.
Most recently the company has commissioned a plant in Taiwan for the extraction of valuable metals from electrical waste, working with its strategic partner Solar Applied Materials Technology Corp. Tetronics International has also seen strong interest in the USA for their patented plasma technology this year and anticipate further news from this region in the near future. At a time of increasingly scrupulous environmental regulations and growing concerns about resource scarcity, demand for Tetronics International’s pioneering plasma technology is only set to rise.
Stephen Davies, CEO for Tetronics International said: “After one of our biggest years yet, Tetronics’ international rebrand marks our vision for further expansion and on-going collaboration with our experienced global partners. This year’s RWM event is the perfect opportunity to announce the news, strengthening our commitment to providing solutions for the sustainable waste management and resource-efficiency challenge.”