Eric Tetler

Boston Area Business Executive Eric Tetler

About Eric Tetler

Business executive Eric Tetler has more than 19 years of experience in recycling, operations management, and metal refining. He currently is the president of Windfield Alloy, Inc., a full-service processor that focuses on metals/precious metals recycling, ferrous/non-ferrous recycling, and electronics recycling. Eric Tetler has worked for Windfield Alloy since 1994 and became a majority shareholder in 2007.

Throughout the years, Mr. Tetler’s company has grown from six employees to more than 55. To accommodate the expansion of Windfield Alloy, he acquired state-of-the-art machinery such as the Sierra T550 SL shear/baler/logger, which allowed his business to offer the wide range of recycling solutions it currently does.

Eric Tetler is committed to operating an environmentally friendly business. Therefore, he gained ISO 14001 certification for capabilities in electronics recycling. Moreover, Winfield Alloy observes local and state regulations, as well as those of the US Environmental Protection Agency. A contributor to his community, he supports a number of non-profit organizations, including the Salvation Army and the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Derry.

Boys and Girls Clubs Enhance Educational Development

Eric Tetler, the president of Windfield Alloy, Inc., in Atkinson, New Hampshire, has grown his company from five employees to 55. Eric Tetler has guided the recycling company to a position of leadership in electronics recycling, precious metals refinement, and ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Moreover, he believes in making charitable contributions for the betterment of the community.

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Derry in New Hampshire is one of the beneficiaries of Mr. Tetler’s time, as he recently organized a bowl-a-thon to raise funds for it. Its mission is to boost the self-esteem of children by providing mentoring, recreation, and educational opportunities.

Several of the club’s activities work together to enhance learning and cognitive development. Two computer labs provide a calm environment to do homework and explore the Internet. (An application called NetSmartz protects children from objectionable material.) Representing a partnership between Microsoft Corporation and Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Club Tech provides the software to support such activities.

Another opportunity, Project Learn, supplements skills picked up in schools by providing enjoyable academic activities. Reading for pleasure, tutoring, discussions, and games all facilitate the advancement of students’ intellectual capabilities. Research has proven that Project Learn improves the scholastic performance of its participants.

The Salvation Army’s Youth Camps and After-School Programs

For the past 20 years, Eric Tetler has served as president of Windfield Alloy, a national recycling company he founded in Atkinson, New Hampshire. Eric Tetler balances his professional endeavors with a wide range of charitable activities, including his support for the Salvation Army.

Among its many programs, the Salvation Army maintains youth recreation camps for children from moderate- to low-income families. The Salvation Army’s annual summer camps offer children an opportunity to enjoy a traditional camping experience where they can develop new friendships and engage in outdoor activities. At Salvation Army camps, children can play sports, learn to swim, participate in scouting adventures, and explore musical instruments. Trained counselors are also prepared to help children mature and develop self-reliance skills.

Also offering hundreds of after-school programs around the nation, the Salvation Army provides children with a safe and constructive environment. These after-school programs include supervised play and learning opportunities with sports, music, and art programs.

The Salvation Army Reflects on Progress after 2011 Tsunami in Japan

Eric Tetler has more than 20 years’ experience in environmental services and business development as the president of Windfield Alloy, a national recycling enterprise headquartered in Atkinson, New Hampshire. In addition to his professional pursuits, Eric Tetler donates to youth sports programs and supports major charitable organizations, such as the Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army recently posted an article on its blog about Mr. Kato, a restaurant owner in Onagawa, Japan, who lost everything in the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan but was able to revive his business with help from the Salvation Army. During the tsunami, an estimated 748,000 buildings were damaged and almost 128,000 buildings collapsed, which severely impacted the economic stability of thousands of businesses in the area.

The Salvation Army helped business owners like Mr. Kato restore their livelihoods by constructing temporary shopping centers, where local business owners could operate while offering employment and services to the community. Along with general emergency relief and infrastructure support, the Salvation Army also provided resources for local fishermen and their unions to further boost economic recovery.

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