TrojanUV Wins Water Reuse Manufacturer of the Year

Forward-thinking approaches inspire others to produce, use or champion recycled water

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TrojanUV Wins Water Reuse Manufacturer of the Year
Adam Festger, TrojanUV market manager, Drinking Water/ECT, accepts an award from WateReuse Association President Bob Johnson.

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The WateReuse Association annually recognizes people and projects around the world that made significant contributions to advancing water reuse and desalination. Projects typically establish an alternative source of water or offer a novel approach to meet the demand for water. 

The 2015 WateReuse Awards of Excellence were presented to leaders in alternative water supply development during a Sept. 15 luncheon in Seattle, Washington, held in conjunction with the 30th Annual WateReuse Symposium. Winners were selected by a prestigious panel of industry professionals.

TrojanUV was proud to be the recipient of the Water Reuse Equipment Supplier/Manufacturer of the Year award for providing equipment to new reuse treatment facilities in Cambria, California, Wichita Falls, Texas, as well as expanding advanced treatment facilities in Long Beach, California, and Orange County, California.

“Our awards committee selected leadership as the theme for this year’s awards program and the winners truly represent forward thinking approaches that can inspire others across the country and around the globe to produce, use or champion recycled water,” says WateReuse Association President Bob Johnson of McManus and Johnson Consulting Engineers.

About TrojanUV
For more than a quarter of a century, Trojan has led the development of water treatment solutions using environmentally friendly ultraviolet light. Today, the company has the largest installed base of UV systems in operation on the planet, and many of its innovations define the industry standards for safeguarding our water from the damaging effects of microbial and chemical contamination. For more information, visit


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