Trojan Technologies Awarded Contracts Valued at US $1.6 Million

May 21, 2003, 01:00 ET from Trojan Technologies Inc.

    LONDON, ON, May 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Trojan Technologies Inc.
 (TUV:TSX) today announced that it has been awarded four new contracts
 totalling more than US $1.6 million.
     Three of the contracts, amounting to US $1.1 million, are from Wessex
 Water Services in the U.K. Trojan was selected to provide its ultraviolet (UV)
 disinfection equipment to wastewater facilities in Wimborne, Palmersford, and
 Kinson on the southern coast of England.
     These three plants treat a combined maximum flow of more than 22 million
 gallons of water a day. The UV systems will be delivered and installed by the
 end of November this year.
     Trojan is the global leader in the UV wastewater market. "As member
 countries of the European Union now have to meet stringent bathing water
 standards, we expect continued strong demand for our UV treatment technology
 throughout Europe," said Trevor Noye, Trojan's Vice President responsible for
 European operations.
     The other new order announced today is valued at US $555,000. Awarded by
 Newark, Ohio, the contract calls for Trojan's UV systems to be installed at
 the city's drinking water facility this Fall. Once operational, the systems
 will treat up to 15 million gallons of water a day. Newark has had a Trojan UV
 system disinfecting its wastewater for over four years.
     "We selected Trojan because of the company's superior technology, the
 proven effectiveness of its equipment, and its strong customer support," said
 Roger Loomis, Assistant Utilities Superintendent, Division of Water and
 Wastewater for Newark.
     Dr. Sam Jeyanayagam of Malcolm Pirnie, the consulting engineering firm on
 the project, said that for US 40 cents a customer a month, Trojan's UV
 equipment will significantly enhance Newark's ability to protect its
 ratepayers against water borne diseases. From Newark's point of view, this
 investment represents an "inexpensive insurance" and increased confidence in
 the quality and safety of the public water supply.
     The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has stated that it expects to
 issue new drinking water guidelines this summer, which will require drinking
 water treatment plants to increase protection against Cryptosporidium, and to
 reduce disinfection by-products (DBPs) which have been linked to increased
 risk of cancer and birth defects.
     Allan Bulckaert, President and CEO of Trojan, noted "the regulations
 being developed by the EPA is expected to create significant new demand for
 our technology because, unlike chlorine, UV effectively destroys
 Cryptosporidium and works without producing known disinfection by-products."
 There are more than 55,000 community water systems in the U.S. processing
 nearly 34 billion gallons of water per day.
     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. Headquartered in London, Ontario, Canada, the company also has offices
 in the U.K., Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and the U.S. Its shares are
 listed on The Toronto Stock Exchange under the trading symbol TUV.

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