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COVID-19 Business Operations Update

Trojan Technologies is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its various impacts on our associates, customers, suppliers, and partners around the world.

We are committed to providing the highest level of service and support possible during these unprecedented times, and our continuity plan addresses our ability to continue business operations, at corporate offices around the world and remotely, to ensure that our customers can continue to communicate with us.

We’re here for you. Thank you for your continued business and partnership.

Important Contact Information For Customers

For Residential Customers

For Municipal and Industrial Customers

  • For technical support and service, please call 1-866-388-0488 (in North America) or +1 519-457-2318 (international), or email tac@trojanuv.com
  • To inquire about replacement parts for TrojanUV systems, click here
  • To inquire about replacement parts for Aquafine systems, click here

General Inquiries

  • Please call +1 519-457-3400 or 1-888-220-6118, or click here

 

March 23, 2020 | Trojan Technologies

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