GREEN CHEMISTRY ENERGY
Tectero emerged out of enthousiasm for and strong interest in science and engineering in general and green chemistry in particular. The founder of Tectero has a chemical and engineering background. After many years of project experience in the field of energy and environment Tectero was founded focussing on the development and production of speciality oleochemicals using renewable resources
Tectero aims to develop chemistry making use of existing renewable chemical building blocks and green energy while minimizing or even recovering waste products
Tectero makes use of specific electrochemistry in order to reach its goals. Further we make use of green energy produced by photovoltaic panels or wind turbines. We tend to make use of batteries in order to store this energy.
Tectero provides basic engineering services in relation to environmental services such as off-gas treatment systems, ash treatment and processing and basic chemical reactor engineering
Projects and Services
Tectero is involved in the design, build and operation of renewable energy systems with a focus on solar and batteries and installed capacities up to 5MWh
Alternative Raw Materials Services
Tectero is involved in the development and commercialisation of alternative raw materials mainly recovered from waste streams out of steel, chemical or agricultural sectors
Tectero has the capacity to toll manufacture for chemical and other industries in the range of pails
(5L - 25L), drum and IBC scale. Blending vessels up to 2m³ and reactor vessels up to 1m³ are available. The main focus is on oleochemical products.
Research and Development Services
Tectero invests continuously in research and development in order to further develop its speciality oleochemicals. Further Tectero is a partner in contract research for the industry and is involved in various R&D projects with industrial and knowledge partners as well as universities.
Tectero focusses on the development and production of speciliaty oleochemicals with a high molecular weight and modified functionality.