The Catskill/Delaware UV Facility is the world’s largest, able to treat over two billion gallons of water daily.
Opening Of Coquitlam’s UV Treatment Facility
In the spring of 2010, Trojan was selected as the supplier of UV treatment equipment to the Coquitlam, British Columbia Water Treatment Plant (WTP) upgrade. The state-of-the-art, $100 million system was officially unveiled this past summer of 2014. The installation...
Catskill/Delaware UV Facility Opening Ceremony
Today marks the official opening of the New York City Catskill/Delaware UV Treatment facility. With the capacity to treat over two billion gallons of water per day, this is the largest drinking water UV installation in the world. We are proud to be a part of this...
The Metro Vancouver Drinking Water Treatment Project
Trojan Technologies was selected by Metro Vancouver to provide the ultraviolet drinking water treatment system for the Coquitlam UV Inactivation Project.
The New York City Drinking Water UV Project
Today, the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced that Trojan Technologies was selected to be the supplier of the UV drinking water inactivation system for the Catskill-Delaware UV Inactivation Facility
Supplying UV Equipment for Indirect Potable Reuse in France
Vendée Eau is securing a future supply of drinking water with the Jourdain programme, a demonstration facility that will purify treated wastewater to supplement the Jaunay Reservoir Meeting the demand for clean water has never been more challenging. Communities around...
How the UV Advanced Oxidation Process Works
In this episode of Water Talk from Water Online, Andrew Daley from Trojan Technologies discusses UV AOP treatment. This treatment involves using UV light with an oxidant to treat water that has environmental contaminants. Contaminants that this method can treat...
Oceanside California has a new source of drinking water with help from the TrojanUVFlexAOP
The City of Oceanside, located in Southern California, is like many cities in the region in that most of their drinking water is imported, traveling to the community from hundreds of miles away. Imported water is brought in from the Colorado River and the Bay Delta in...