Stephen Bell, President of Trojan Technologies discusses the importance of strategic R & D and explains why the TrojanUVFlex is garnering interest from municipalities around the world.
INTCATCH began building Villa Bagatta’s demonstration site in January 2018, when they installed the CSO treatment system comprised of a Salsnes Filter rotating belt filter system, a granular activated carbon filter and a TrojanUV3000PTP disinfection system.
Take a tour around our head office and learn more about TrojanUV systems, how UV lamps are designed, and about the role our systems play in municipal disinfection applications.
The first TrojanUV open-channel UV systems were installed in the mid-1980s. By the 1990s, UV systems had become mainstream and were widely adopted for wastewater disinfection.
Two TrojanUV systems disinfect the effluent at the plant located in the Blue Ridge Mountain region of Virginia. Tim Burton, Plant Superintendent, gives credit to UV disinfection for his ability to save money and assure a near-100% pathogen kill rate.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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