Another Tetronics Plasma Refining Plant Successfully Achieves Full Operational Status
Tetronics International is pleased to announce that its customer and partner, Solar Applied Materials Technology Corp., has confirmed full operational status of its plasma plant using Tetronics’ Plasma technology.
Plasma Power – Tetronics featured in CIWM December 2013
Dr David Deegan, Technical Director at Tetronics International, gives a flavour of what plasma technology can offer.
Tetronics featured in Recycling & Waste World (RWW)
Closed loop recycling and the circular economy are buzzwords in today’s waste management sector, however, what about the way minerals have been continuously recycled over the centuries? Dr Tim Johnson looks at the role thermal treatment plays in helping to recycle essential minerals
Furuya Metal Opens Plasma Pyrometallurgical Facility Supplied by Tetronics
Furuya Metal Opens Plasma Pyrometallurgical Facility Supplied by Tetronics. The facility is being used to reclaim high levels of Platinum Group Metals from chemical and other industrial waste catalysts.
Tetronics partners with Costain under government innovation programme for nuclear waste management
Tetronics announces that together with its lead partner Costain it has been successful in winning a grant in a UK government funded competition to design and build a prototype plasma system
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.