Trojan Technologies Recognized For Commitment To Clean Technology
Trojan Technologies was happy to be honored recently with an Economic Leadership Award from the London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC). The award was presented at London City Hall on May 12, 2015, by London, Ontario Mayor Matt Brown, and LEDC’s President and CEO Kapil Lakhotia.
Later in May, Trojan and LEDC were together again for the first tour of the $8-million dollar water research center at Greenway Pollution Control Centre in London, Ontario. The center allows large-scale water research and testing to take place in an environmentally controlled space as part of the Southern Ontario Water Consortium.
About the LEDC
LEDC is the lead economic development agency in London, and is a partnership between the City of London and the private sector. The LEDC is improving the economic well-being of Londoners through the growth and expansion of local businesses and the attraction of new businesses to London.
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