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Awards & Accolades

We are proud to be honored with such prestigious
awards and accolades.

PTG’s technology wins another award for its significant achievement in design, operation, maintenance and process change, which demonstrates long-term water quality improvement.

Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG), innovator of the only wastewater disinfection process that creates renewable energy, will receive the prestigious 2013Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF) the worldwide industry association for water and wastewater professionals. WEF includes many of the world’s top experts in water and wastewater technology. The award will be presented during a ceremony at the organization’s 86th Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC® 2013) this October in Chicago. Read more.

“Recycled Water Agency of the Year” award recognizes PTG’s reclaimed water pasteurization and energy recovery process as a new technology that significantly advances water recycling in California.

Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG), innovator of the only wastewater disinfection process that generates renewable energy, is pleased to announce that Ventura Water has been honored as a leader in the water reuse and desalination industry during the 2013 WateReuse California Annual Conference held in Monterey, California. Ventura Water received the water recycling “Recycled Water Agency of the Year Medium” award for their use of PTG’s breakthrough technology. Ventura Water Wastewater Utility Manager Dan Pfeifer and Andrew Salveson, water reuse chief technologist of Carollo Engineers, accepted the award. Read more.

PTG’s eco-friendly wastewater disinfection technology is identified as one of the world’s most innovative and promising new ideas and initiatives in sustainability.

Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG), is pleased to announce that it has been nominated for a Katerva Award — the “Nobel Prize of Sustainability” — for its patented wastewater disinfection process that generates renewable energy. A Katerva Award is the pinnacle of global sustainability recognition. Through the Katerva Award process, the best groundbreaking ideas on the planet are identified and judged through a series of evaluation panels made up of the world’s leading experts in their field. Read more.

Prestigious award recognizes PTG’s patented wastewater disinfection process that generates renewable energy as among the most promising advanced water technology companies worldwide.

September 13, 2012
Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG), is pleased to announce that it has been chosen by The Artemis Project™ for the 2012 Artemis Water Tech Top 50 Listing™.The Artemis Top 50™ award was bestowed on PTG at the Cleantech Group Water Innovation Summit 2012, the annual gathering of “blue-tech” thought leaders and innovators. Read more.

Two of today’s most urgent global imperatives are ensuring reliable water supplies and renewable energy. Pasteurization Technology Group’s patented “two-for-one” system treats wastewater at a lower cost while generating renewable energy, enabling wastewater treatment plants and industrial facilities to be smart and sustainable in reducing their costs while also improving the environment.

Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG), the only wastewater disinfection process that creates renewable energy, has received a 2011 “Best of What’s New” award from Popular Science magazine and is profiled in the December issue. PTG won the award in the Green Tech category. Read more.

Pasteurization Technology Group participated in this year’s Blue Tech Forum held in San Francisco, CA on June 1, 2011.

This conference entitled “Mapping the Innovation Landscape in Water Technologies” focused on the pressures of water scarcity, rising energy costs and population growth. The Blue Tech Forum highlighted advanced technologies and market trends which are addressing real-world water challenges. Approximately 18 companies, including PTG, we invited to speak at the conference which focused on new technologies that address these critical water issues. Read more.