Month: January 2002
What will be the big issues in 2002?
Global warming and the struggle to meet ambitious environmental targets will continue to drive European and British policy into the New Year. Environmental regulators, local authorities and waste management services companies will have a full agenda over the next 12 months in dealing with tougher standards on air quality, the drive to meet recycling and waste minimisation targets, contaminated land and the impact of "best value" audits. LAWE looks into the crystal ball and spells out the issues that environmental professionals and waste managers will have to face during 2002
AES wins cement works monitoring contract
Air monitoring specialist AES (Analytical Environmental Services) recently clinched a new contract worth nearly £500,000 over three years with Castle Cement, one of the UK's largest cement manufacturers to monitor are emissions from the company's three manufacturing sites, at Ribblesdale in Lancashire, Padeswood in North Wales and Ketton in Rutland.
Ever-deepening Kyoto sinks have given forestry something of a bad name in the
climate change stakes. Future Forests, however, whilst admitting that mass planting
offers no panacea, is placing trees at the centre of corporate communication and
Matt MacAllan reports.
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