During the month of November, homes, neighborhoods, businesses, cities, and counties are encouraged to ‘go purple’ to raise awareness of violence against women. The campaign was designed to support abused women in understanding that any shame and/or blame felt, does not belong to them but to the perpetrators of their abuse; and to raise the profile of the community agencies that can provide abused women with help as they attempt to live their lives free from violence and abuse.
A celebration of Trojan’s 40th Anniversary was held in the summer of 2017. Many people spoke, including Trojan founder, Hank Vander Laan.
When it comes to wastewater disinfection, two common methods are widely used today: chemical and physical. Chemical disinfection is typically achieved by chlorine gas or hypochlorite, whereas physical disinfection is by UV light. An increased awareness of the disadvantages of chemical disinfectants, specifically chlorine, continues to prompt wastewater treatment plants to convert to UV.
The Government of India has made a commitment to clean up this river which is regarded as the most important river in India with significant economic, environmental and cultural value. This project, called the Clean Ganga Project, was started in 2014 after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India.
2017 marked Trojan Technologies’ 40th anniversary and on the afternoon of August 30, proud friends, family and associates gathered to enjoy delicious food, great music, and to celebrate all that Trojan has accomplished.
Located on the Klamath River in Hornbrook, California, Iron Gate Hatchery is a salmon and steelhead hatchery that releases fish back to the Klamath River. Due to the presence of the fungus Saprolegnia sp and primarily bacteria (Flavobacterium psychrophila and Metallogenium sp), hatchery yield is thwarted due to disease. Poor water quality supports an environment favoring these fish pathogens and as a result, hatchery managers must produce 10,000,000 eggs to release 6,000,000 fish annually.
To help the WRD with its water sustainability initiative, Trojan was chosen to supply one of our most reliable and celebrated advanced oxidation systems – the TrojanUVPhox – for installation at the GRIP facility. The TrojanUVPhox uses high-output amalgam UV lamps in a pressurized chamber to perform UV-photolysis and UV-oxidation treatment.
Carlos’ Crew, made up of 24 Trojan Technologies’ associates, raced in the 6th Annual Fanshawe Dragon Boat Festival in London, Ontario.
On Saturday June 10, 2017, Trojan Technologies’ Founder Hank Vander Laan, helped to plant tree number 3,001 in support of the Veterans Memorial Parkway Community Program (VMPCP). The VMPCP is a partnership between the City of London, Ontario, the local community and...
After the completion of an extensive pre-selection and evaluation process, Trojan Technologies has been selected as the UV supplier for the disinfection conversion and upgrade project at the Ashbridges Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant in Toronto, Ontario. It is the largest secondary treatment plant in Canada, with a rated flow capacity of 818 million liters (216 million gallons) per day and peak flow of 2,000 million liters (528 million gallons) per day.
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...
The London Chamber of Commerce’s Corporate Icon Award is presented to a corporation that has demonstrated particular excellence or achievement in business, making either an immediate impact on or a substantial long-term contribution to the economic progress of the...
At WEFTEC 2019 in Chicago, Trojan Technologies President, Stephen Bell, took Water Online Editor, Kevin Westerling, on a tour of our booth. During the tour, Stephen discussed the importance of strategic research and development and also explained why the TrojanUVFlex®...