Hazardous Waste Treatment News

  • IFAT 2018 - A great success!

    From May 14-18 econ industries was represented at the IFAT in Munich, the world's leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management. At our booth 251 in Hall A4 many new interested parties had the opportunity to gain information about our pioneering solutions for the treatment of industrial hazardous waste and contaminated soil. The visitors, especially from Asia, the Arab ...

  • Tetronics’ plasma solutions featured in Manufacturing Today Europe

    Leading online waste journal, Manufacturing Today Europe has recently featured Tetronics International in their latest issue. The feature gives a great overview of our plasma waste management solutions. The article includes insight and behind the scenes information on our resource recovery and hazardous waste treatment ...

  • Beware the Slippery Slope: Slips, Trips, and Falls at Healthcare Facilities

    Hospitals are safe places to work - right? Well, maybe not. US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2014 (the most recent year published) show that total recordable case rate for hospitals (injury and illness cases per 100 full-time workers) is 6.2. The hospital injury rate is higher ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • OZONATOR Optimistic Forecast for 2016

    2015 was an exciting year for OZONATOR and we believe one of the main highlights was the COP 21 agreement in Paris. This consensus places the “environment” front and centre as a priority for almost the entire population of our fragile planet. We are no longer simply paying lip service to the urgent need for reform in how we are living and utilizing resources and the significant ...


    By OZONATOR Industries Limited

  • MWM OZONATOR Advertisement March 2014

    OZONATOR NG Technology Medical and Bio-hazard waste treatment technology with "zero" emissions.  Advertisement for local and internatioanl publications. OZONATOR Industries Limited  The OZONATOR NG-3000 model is capable of processing up to 400 kg (880 lbs.) of waste every twenty minutes (1200 kg per hour) and can operate on a continuous basis 24 hours per day ...


    By OZONATOR Industries Limited

  • 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. The market leaders in the supply of Direct Current (DC) plasma plants for hazardous waste treatment and metal recovery have experienced a record-breaking ...

  • Europlasma: CHO-Power Plant Construction Completion Celebration

    17 months after the laying of the foundation, Europlasma is pleased to announce that construction work on the CHO-Power plant in Morcenx is now complete, and that the budget has been adhered to. This plant is the most powerful one worldwide to convert industrial waste and biomass into energy through gasification, enhanced by plasma technology. The start-up is scheduled for end of July / early ...


    By Europlasma

  • Europlasma - 2010 Year end Results

    The Europlasma Board of Directors met on 27 April 2011 to authorise the issue of the 2010 financial statements Europlasma, the French clean technology and renewable energy group, reports 2010 results: - TEUR 40,836 consolidated turnover - TEUR 458 consolidated operating income - TEUR 781 consolidated net income (Group share) 2010 consolidated ...


    By Europlasma

  • Turn oil into gold - via Dunwell`s VMAT

    The VMAT- Vibrating Membrane Used Lubricating Oil Recycling Technology (VMAT) developed by Dunwell Engineering Company Ltd (DECL) has received the “Silver Award –2008 China National Environmental Protection Science Award” organized by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, People Republic of China presented on February 18, 2009. DECL is the first Hong Kong company ever won in this National ...

  • Veolia fined GBP 100k

    Waste company Veolia Environmental Services, who run a hazardous waste treatment facility in Bootle, Liverpool, has been fined £101,000 for an incident in April 2006 which caused the release of toxic fumes. The fumes led to four members of staff receiving medical treatment, and several members of the public reporting side effects. The company has also been ordered to pay costs of £65,000.Veolia ...

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