Trojan Technologies Acquires R-Can Environmental

By Water Canada 07:07AM August 14, 2008



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Trojan Technologies, a manufacturer of water treatment solutions, has acquired R-Can Environmental Inc. R-Can manufactures ultraviolet equipment in residential water disinfection applications. The combined entity will operate as a strategic business unit of Trojan Technologies.

“We are facing increasing demand for residential water treatment due to escalating water quality issues and concerns,” said Trojan president Marvin DeVries. “This newly combined residential business, with over 50 years of UV water treatment experience, will position us to expertly meet those demands.” He added that Trojan has chosen one of their senior leaders, Ron Braun, to lead this business unit.

R-Can will operate under the Trojan Technologies name in its current location in Guelph, Ontario. Trojan’s current residential business will be fully integrated into Guelph operations.

Trojan designs, manufactures and sells UV systems for municipal wastewater and drinking water facilities, the residential market, and also designs and installs treatment technology for the environmental contaminant and micropollutant destruction market.

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