Henderson, Nevada, U.S.

Tronox’s Henderson facility, located in Southern Nevada, is dedicated to the production of electrolytic chemicals.  Employees at the facility produce electrolytic manganese dioxide, used in the manufacture of alkaline batteries; elemental boron, a component of automotive safety igniters; and boron trichloride, used in the pharmaceutical and semiconductor industries and in the manufacture of high-strength boron fibers for products including sporting equipment and aircraft parts.

Economic Impact

  • More than $7 million in 2010 payroll and benefits
  • $327,000 paid in state use and ad valorem taxes in 2010
  • $49million spent on goods and services in 2010

Safety Achievements

  • The plant has received commendations from the Clark County Commission and the City of Henderson for its outstanding safety record.

Quality

  • The plant achieved ISO 9000 certification for quality management from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a global nongovernmental organization that promotes consistent standards and provides external oversight.
  • The plant qualified for QS 9000 automotive certification for elemental boron operations, a supplement to ISO 9000 industry-specific application developed by the top three automotive manufacturers.

In the Community

  • Tronox sponsors the Boys and Girls Club and the McCaw School of Mines.
  • Tronox provides funding for numerous school programs in coordination with the Clark County School
    system.
  • The plant partners with the University of Nevada at Las Vegas through the College of Engineering Advisory Board.
  • The company is an active supporter of United Way for Southern Nevada and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Contact Information:

Henderson, Nevada, United States

560 W. Lake Mead Parkway
Henderson, NV 89015
Phone: 702-651-2200
Fax: 702-651-2310

Mailing Address

PO Box 55
Henderson, NV 89009