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Loosening The GRIP Of Southern California’s Reliance On Imported Water

Loosening The GRIP Of Southern California’s Reliance On Imported Water

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.

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10,000 Municipal UV Installations

10,000 Municipal UV Installations

Today marks the completion of Trojan’s 10,000th municipal UV system installation. Our first was in Tillsonburg, Ontario, Canada in 1983. Since then, our installation base has grown across 60 countries and 6 continents.

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Arizona Fights Water Challenges With Craft Beer

Arizona Fights Water Challenges With Craft Beer

Pima County realized that one of the biggest challenges with water reuse was not technological – instead it was public perception and the obvious yuck factor that goes along with water reuse. Their unique entry addressed this issue in a demonstrative way – with beer.

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Answering Your Water Reuse Questions

Answering Your Water Reuse Questions

UV and Water Reuse Disinfection These days, utilities are facing constant pressure to protect workers and the public from chemical hazards, while reducing costs and increasingly sustainability. How to do this though? Here are our answers to many of the frequently...

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Why Dairy Producers Are Considering The Switch To UV Treatment

Recent advancements are making it more appealing than ever for the dairy industry to replace heat pasteurization in favor of ultraviolet disinfection to sterilize water for its production needs. Complying With the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) To comply with the...

Aquaculture Water Treatment: Why Use UV?

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...

How The Pandemic Drives Legionella Concerns

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...