Recent advancements are making it more appealing for the dairy industry to replace heat pasteurization with UV treatment for their needs.
Our latest article about aquaculture water treatment explains how industry professionals can use UV to aid in hatcheries and other applications.
Even before COVID-19, Legionella had the distinction of being one of the leading water- borne disease agents in the USA, with reported cases growing more than 5-fold from 2000-2017 (CDC).
Due to regulatory delays and increasingly challenging market dynamics, Trojan has decided to exit the ballast water treatment market.
The IUVA believes UV can play a role in a multiple barrier approach to reducing the transmission of the virus causing COVID-19.
Based on interim guidance issued by the World Health Organization on March 19, 2020, there is currently no evidence about the survival of the COVID-19 virus in drinking water or sewage.
Trojan Technologies is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its various impacts on our associates, customers, suppliers, and partners around the world.
The London Chamber of Commerce has announced that Trojan Technologies will receive the 2020 Corporate Icon Award.
Stephen Bell, President of Trojan Technologies discusses the importance of strategic R & D and explains why the TrojanUVFlex is garnering interest from municipalities around the world.
For private well owners, basic testing for bacteria and nitrates is recommended by public health authorities, like the EPA or Health Canada, at least once a year. Other contaminants you may only need to test for once, such as hardness or iron, or infrequently, like radon.
Recent advancements are making it more appealing than ever for the dairy industry to replace heat pasteurization in favor of ultraviolet inactivation to treat water for its production needs. Complying With the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) To comply with the...
The aquaculture industry relies on the quality of water used to incubate fish eggs and rear juvenile fish. Water abundance and purity continue to decrease, while disease concerns found in source waters continues to increase. Aquaculture water treatment has remained a...
Even before COVID-19, Legionella had the distinction of being one of the leading water-borne disease agents in the USA, with reported cases growing more than five-fold from 2000-2017 (CDC). But now, as COVID-19 and stagnant water due to building closures collide, the...