Last year we published 15 new articles to our blog, here’s a listing of the top 5 most popular posts for 2015.
1. California’s Drought and Direct Potable Reuse (DPR)
As California’s historic drought lingers on, cities and towns are looking for any source of water they can find, including what some call “toilet to tap.” We prefer to call it potable reuse, and it can either indirectly (i.e. indirect potable reuse or IPR) or directly (i.e. direct potable reuse or DPR) add to drinking water supplies.
The reuse of wastewater for augmentation of drinking water supplies continues to gain widespread support, and is being adopted as a means of achieving a sustainable water supply in the face of drought.
2. Mitacs – Awarded to Trojan Technologies for Outstanding Leadership
Trojan Technologies was the recipient of the inaugural Mitacs Award for Outstanding Leadership this past November. The award was presented by London West Minister of Parliament and Minister of State (Science and Technology), Ed Holder, in Ottawa, Ontario.
3. Trojan Technologies Clean 50 2015 Honouree
Trojan Technologies Clean 50 2015 HonoureeTrojan Technologies President, Marvin DeVries, was inducted as a Clean50 2015 Honouree for Trojan’s design, creation and manufacturing of products that improve sustainability.
“Canada’s Clean50 Awards are announced annually to recognize 50 individuals or small teams who have done the most to advance the cause of sustainability and clean capitalism in Canada over the past 2 years”
4. Federal Funding for Water Reclamation and Reuse Studies
On January 13,th, 2015, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (who oversee water resource management in the western United States), announced they are providing a new funding opportunity for select communities who are seeking to explore the feasibility of water recycling, water reuse and water reclamation technologies.
5. U.S. Peroxide, LLC has changed its name to USP Technologies
Trojan Technologies Business – US Peroxide, which provides performance-driven, full-service environmental treatment programs to help purify water, wastewater, soil and air has changed its name to USP Technologies™.