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Tetronics International

About

Tetronics International is a global leader in the supply of Direct Current (DC) Plasma Arc systems for a wide range of applications including Waste Recovery, Hazardous Waste Treatment, Metal Recovery and Production Processes. We support our customers through the complete cradle to grave lifecycle management of the waste recovery plant, from the initial testing of the material at Tetronics f test facility, the most comprehensive in Europe, through design and supply to the physical on-site installation of a full commercial plant and subsequent technical support and service. How do we do it? Our patented Plasma Arc technology provides a safe, eco-friendly and future proof solution for managing hazardous waste and material recovery with the closest to zero waste achievable with current technology. This sustainable ggreen h alternative for waste management uses ultra ]high temperatures and functional light to melt, gasify or vaporise any waste material, in order to treat, recover or generate valuable commercial products. Our technology has been tried and tested over five decades and has been used globally in more than 80 plants across a wide and varied range of applications.

Contact

Mrs Kate Colclough
Unit A2, Marston Gate, South Marston Park
Off Stirling Road
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN3 4DE
www.tetronics.com

Predict, control and reduce your future hazardous waste costs

Environmental website, www.edie.net, and leading plasma technology provider Tetronics have teamed up to deliver "Predict, control and reduce your future hazardous waste costs" webinar. This webinar will be free and will broadcast live on Tuesday, 17th May, 2011 at 11am.

The webinar will look at the reality that how we manage hazardous waste today will change dramatically in the next 5-10 years. Traditional waste management solutions are being increasingly challenged on regulatory compliance, corporate & social responsibility and economic cost grounds.

At this Webinar, you will learn:

  • How companies are using plasma technology to 'future proof' their hazardous waste management practices, particularly when compared to the escalating cost and unknown future availability of the alternatives
  • How plasma technology enables the recovery of valuable resources from hazardous waste that can be reused in manufacturing processes in a sustainable "closed loop model" thereby ensuring security of supply of key resources; and/or sold to achieve additional revenue streams
  • How plasma technology delivers an effectively zero waste solution, enabling companies to comply with a progressively challenging regulatory environment and deliver on their corporate and social responsibility obligations


  • Please follow the link to register for the presentation.
    www.edie.net/webinar

    For further information please email Tetronics Ltd

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