Monthly Archives: January 2014

Top 5 Most Popular Resources on TrojanUV.com for 2013

Our municipal UV business – TrojanUV, is a market leader in UV water disinfection and treatment technology. They have the largest UV installation base in the world – in fact, as of today they have over 8,500 installations in 102 countries.

The “UV Resources” section on trojanuv.com houses FAQs, articles, case studies, videos and more – all of which can be viewed in order to enhance your understanding of their technology and product offering.

Tianjin Drinking Water Case Study

Here are the top five UV Resources of 2013:

1. Municipal Drinking Water Disinfection Case Study for Tianjin, China
Tianjin is a metropolis located in North-East China. It is the sixth largest city in China with a total population of over 12 million people. Increasingly stringent drinking water regulations in China are requiring more frequent water quality tests and inspections for a greater number of pathogens and molecular contaminants.With no previous UV installations for drinking water disinfection in the country, one of the criteria when selecting a UV manufacturer was experience. With over 35 years of experience and thousands of installations globally for drinking water, wastewater and industrial applications, TrojanUV was selected as the supplier of UV equipment for the Tianjin facility.
>> Read the Case Study

2. Shining a Light on Stormwater Video
Sherbourne Common is a stunning waterfront park in Toronto’s East Bayfront community. It’s the first park in Canada to integrate a UV facility for stormwater treatment into the actual design and architecture. This video shows where and how our TrojanUVFit™ was incorporated.
>> Watch the Video

3. TrojanUV Solo Lamp Technology Video
TrojanUV Solo Lamp™ Technology combines the best features of both low and medium-pressure lamps. The result: low power consumption (1/3 the energy of medium-pressure lamps), low lamp count, low carbon footprint, long lamp life (>15,000 hours), and reduced maintenance.
>> Watch the Video

4. Wastewater Disinfection Case Study for Auburn, Alabama
The City of Auburn is a thriving community of approximately 56,900 residents. It is a college town and is the home of Auburn University, which has an enrollment of just over 25,000.The city of Auburn, AL has two wastewater treatment facilities – the Northside Water Pollution Control Facility and the H.C. Morgan Water Pollution Control Facility. In 2012, the H.C. Morgan facility was upgraded, and the City decided to convert from chemical (chlorine disinfection) to the TrojanUVSigna™.
>>Read the Case Study

5. Indirect Potable Reuse with UV-Oxidation Case Study for Big Spring, Texas
In an effort to reduce reliance on dwindling surface and groundwater supplies in Texas, the Colorado River Municipal Water District (CRMWD) constructed a new Raw Water Production Facility (RWPF) in Big Spring. Big Spring is a 27,000-member community located in West Texas approximately 300 miles west of Dallas. This RWPF treats secondary wastewater to a standard that allows it to be re-introduced directly into the raw water supply for the water treatment plants of Big Spring, Odessa, and other communities in the region.
>> Read the Case Study

 

Dedication Ceremony for Tucson ECT System

Trojan Technologies was happy to be on hand for the Dedication Ceremony for the Advanced Oxidation Processing (AOP) Water Treatment Facility in Tucson, Arizona on January 15th, 2014.

TrojanUVPhox - Tucson Dedication Ceremony

Pictured: Alan Forrest, Director of Tucson Water, Jeff Biggs, Project Manager and Richard Miranda, Tucson City Manager

The facility was constructed adjacent to the existing Tucson Airport Remediation Project (TARP) Plant – these treatment facilities will purify up to 8 million gallons of water a day.

Construction began on this 4,500 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility in September of 2012 and uses a TrojanUVPhox™ Environmental Contaminant Treatment (ECT) systems. The AOP technology combines ultraviolet (UV) light with hydrogen peroxide to oxidize 1,4-dioxane as well as viruses, bacteria and other contaminants from water.

The treatment facility is part of a pro-active approach on  behalf of the City of Tucson and Tucson Water to respond to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) health advisory levels for 1,4-dioxane.

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