16.1.2003: Meldung: Trojan Technologies: Order by City of London
Valued at more than $500,000, the project calls for the delivery of four Trojan UVSwift units. The equipment will be installed this summer.
The water treatment plant is located near Port Stanley, and serves a population of approximately 94,000 people. It treats up to 90 million litres (20 million gallons) of water a day and services the communities of St. Thomas, Aylmer, Bayham, Central Elgin, Malahide, Southwold, and parts of London.
Trojan"s UV systems effectively destroy water-borne pathogens including E.coli, Giardia and Cryptosporidium.
As a result of the Walkerton tragedy and the inquiry that followed, there is now legislation in Ontario requiring multi-barrier treatment of drinking water. "Increasingly, communities are recognizing that UV is an important component of such systems because the technology is highly effective and cost-efficient," said Allan Bulckaert, President and CEO of Trojan.
Trojan designs, manufactures and sells UV systems for municipal wastewater and drinking water facilities, as well as for the industrial, commercial and residential markets. The company also provides UV treatment for the removal of toxic chemicals from water. With approximately 3,000 municipal facilities in over 25 countries using its technology, Trojan has the largest installed base of UV systems in the world.
The company has over 350 employees around the world. Headquartered in London, Ontario, Trojan has offices in Germany, the U.K., Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and the U.S. Its shares are listed on The Toronto Stock Exchange under the trading symbol TUV.
Trojan Technologies Inc., London, Ontario, contact Diana Cunningham, (519) 457-3400 x 2214
PR POST, Toronto, Ontario, contact Robert Stephens, (416) 777-0368