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.
Tetronics featured in January edition of Recycling and Waste World
Swindon-based Tetronics specialises in a thermal processing system that treats hazardous waste at source. Geraldine Faulkner talks to CEO, Stephen Davies, to find out about the benefits the company’s plasma process can bring to waste management.
An Insight into Asbestos by Dr Tim Johnson
In ancient times there was a belief in the existence of the salamander, a legendary creature based to some extent on the lizard of the same name, that lived in fires. There were also accounts of objects being made from … Continued
Tetronics featured in the December edition of MRW
An article on ‘Mining the Urban Waste’ has been published in the December edition of Materials Recycling World (MRW). With metal scarcity soaring up the political agenda, Dr Tim Johnson, Technical Director at Tetronics International, explains why – and how the waste sector can benefit.
Problems at platinum mines highlight importance of recovery of precious metals from waste – By Dr Tim Johnson
In August of this year the world watched with a mixture of horror, disbelief and confusion as violent protests unfolded at the Lonmin platinum mine in Marikana, South Africa. For a detailed account of these events you would be well … Continued
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.