Australian politicians are to meet with their European counterparts twice a year to discuss climate
Recently some Devon residents found that their water supply through a 19th century private main had come to a standstill. Open-cut replacement was out of the question but pipe-bursting posed its own problems.
The UK water industry has set standards in infrastructure security which are impacting other utilities sectors here as well as the continental water industry. Michael Miles reports.
The International Water & Environment Exhibition made an attention-grabbing return to the NEC in Birmingham last month after an 18-month absence. And visitors flocked in their thousands
Folkestone and Dover Water Services has completed a pilot project for its planned compulsory water-metering programme - the first such scheme in the UK. Dean Stiles reports.
The Environment Agency has found that many small or packaged WwTWs are inadequately maintained or serviced, and present an unacceptable risk of pollution. A new training course aims to address the problem. John Aldridge explains.
The first ever Water Industry Achievement Awards took place at IWEX 2007 last month. The night was a spectacular success, and a chance to recognise the outstanding efforts of companies across the UK in the past 12 months.
Reverse osmosis is an alternative leachate treatment technology that can address continually changing landfill requirements, says Manish Pankhania
For landfill operators, leachate treatment is a challenging aspect of wastewater management. Some are finding that using pure oxygen as part of an enhanced aeration process can significantly improve efficiency
An overloaded commercial vehicle is a dangerous beast - so stay safe by using axle load indication, says Andrew Freeman
The Quality Protocol for Compost aims to bring standardisation to an industry
experiencing rapid growth. Harry Waters weighs up the new approach
The Government is keen to push the specification of green materials such as
compost for sustainable, brownfield regeneration. Richard Swannell explains why
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