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Electronic waste recycling: Mining the e-waste waste mountain

Tetronics’ plasma recovery technology provides a global, yet localised solution for recovering valuable precious metals from the world’s fastest growing waste stream – electronic waste. Tetronics are a world leader in providing solutions for electronics waste recycling.

Plasma principal advantages for electronic waste recycling

Leveraging our experience in delivering state-of-the-art smelting facilities, our customers can rest-assured that they’re working with an established industry leader with a deep understanding of e-waste recovery management. Tetronics not only ensures high-value recovery of precious metals and gold recovery from electronic waste, but also provides the practical experience and the technical capability required to eliminate the hazardous materials it contains. In doing so, the electronic waste recycling recovery process holds exceptional environmental and commercial credentials.

How do we do it?

In combination, the heat and ultra-violet light properties of Tetronics’ plasma technology are designed to smelt and preferentially separate the precious metals contained with the electronics waste, whilst destroying any hazardous elements. The remaining waste material is then vitrified into resalable building product called Plasmarok® – in doing so, contributing further to natural resource conservation.

To find out how we can assist you with your electronics waste recycling mountain challenge, please contact us.

“Refining technology is of course important to us, and we are confident that Tetronics’ plasma solution provides higher levels of technical recovery than any competing technology.”
SOLAR APPLIED MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY CORP

Benefits

  • Rapid precious metal returns in a closed loop system
  • Higher recovery than alternatives, >98% typically achieved
  • Complete destruction of hazardous e-Waste elements
  • Recovery of metals including: Au, Ag, Pd, Cu, Fe, Sn
  • Low capital and operating costs