The OptiVenn Series is a suite of flexible UV systems, designed to meet the stringent requirements of pharmaceutical, food & beverage, microelectronics and other industrial markets. In order to help avoid costly production downtime, the OptiVenn was designed to be...
Two TrojanUV systems treat the effluent at the Rocky Mount Wastewater Treatment Plant located in the Blue Ridge Mountain region of Virginia.
TrojanUVPhox played a vital role in winning the Guinness World Records title for the most wastewater recycled to drinking water in a 24-hour period.
Trojan Technologies President Marv DeVries shared the news with Trojan Associates that he will be retiring from Trojan, effective April 12th, 2018.
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.
Officials in the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas, decided to convert the system at its regional wastewater treatment plant from chlorine 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.
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...
Trojan Technologies has been investing in and committed to the ballast water treatment market since 2008. Unfortunately, due to regulatory delays and increasingly challenging market dynamics, our initial assessment of the opportunity has not been realized. Based on...