Project: Integrated Water Reclamation and Heat Recovery for Shell Park Place - this project recovers over 2500MWh of thermal energy per year and 20 million gallons of water and saved the city over $9million from conventional infrastructure upgrades.  The proposed budget was $24 Million. TITUS was able install a modular wastewater treatment plant and heat recovery system for $14M.

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Project Name: Westhills - Sustainability on a Large Scale With over 350 single family homes connected, sharing of heating and cooling has reduced Westhills energy supply requirement by 50%. This project is a 210-hectare master planned community that will ultimately provide 6,000 residential homes and 5,000,000 square feet of commercial space...

Project Name: Whistler Athletes Village Award Winning Sustainability During the 2010 Winter Olympics, the Whistler Athletes Village DESS provided heating, cooling, and domestic hot water for 2800 athletes and now provides similar services for a community of 400 single family dwellings, condominiums, hotel, and hostel units...

Mission, Vision and Purpose

  • Our Purpose: to solve global environmental problems by enabling our clients to make rapid step changes in measurable progress towards their environmental goals through the use of low cost, proven modular renewable technologies.
  • Our Mission: to make it simple, fast and cost effective for our clients to deploy modular renewable infrastructure.
  • Our Vision: Business and governments around the world seek out TITUS to lead their most significant environmental priorities.

TITUS 5P’s of Value:

At TITUS, we derive our value from:

People, Partners, Public, Planet, Profit: by driving a passion and sense of urgency for solving real world environmental problems that create lasting value for all involved.

TITUS Beliefs:

We believe that:

  • Sustainable Change:
As with human health the only way to long term sustainable environmental health is by:
  • Making controlled, incremental, changes towards long term measurable environmental goals.
  • Using proven, low cost, modular technologies make long term economic and environmental sustainability possible
  • Approach
To really make a significant contribution to the economic, environmental and social health of our communities we must:
  • Start small, avoid high first costs, control critical success factors, and make incremental, measurable changes to the environmental and social health of our communities.
  • Start matching the capital and operating cost of a utility infrastructure projects with the current and near term demand and revenues.
  • Embrace an approach that allows us to scale up OR down to meet changing demands of a community.
  • Manufactured modules in one ore more offsite manufacturing facilities that are shipped to site maximizes quality and accelerates deployment.
  • Enabling New Technologies
Building around modular technologies means new innovations can be tested and integrated on a much smaller scale, reducing risk and go-to-market costs.
  • As modules are renewed with new technologies, the older proven modules can be repurposed to other projects, reducing the overall cost of renewable infrastructure, and enabling new technologies to come to market much sooner and with less risk to the investor and the community at large.
  • Modules can be dropped into existing neighborhoods (boulevards, parkades, or under soccer pitches etc.) to address the water, energy and waste requirements on a subdivision or block basis.

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