edie+ archive for April 2003

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were published in April 2002, 2001, 1998, 1993


Sustainable Business Magazine


  • An impressive vision - but where is the route-map? (1-Apr-2003)
  • Renewable fuel cell (1-Apr-2003)
  • Metal recovery from electronic scrap (1-Apr-2003)
  • No decision reached on energy tax (1-Apr-2003)
  • Council adopts environmental crime law (1-Apr-2003)
  • Tougher fine regime chosen for waste offence that ended in employee's death (1-Apr-2003)
  • Companies urged to comply (1-Apr-2003)
  • Supply and demand (1-Apr-2003)
  • Judith Hackitt (1-Apr-2003)
  • Hand-in-hand (1-Apr-2003)
  • Reasons for reporting (1-Apr-2003)
  • Hoping for change (1-Apr-2003)
  • Ensuring quality (1-Apr-2003)
  • Reducing paperwork (1-Apr-2003)
  • Asbestos uncovered (1-Apr-2003)
  • Polluters will pay (1-Apr-2003)

  • Industrial Environmental Management


  • Are you responsible? (1-Apr-2003)
  • Remediation: It's a question of technique (1-Apr-2003)
  • Research, development and remediation (1-Apr-2003)
  • Cleaning up for the future (1-Apr-2003)
  • Driving forward land remediation (1-Apr-2003)
  • Biological remediation - no longer a black art (1-Apr-2003)
  • Brownfield developments: an unattractive prospect? (1-Apr-2003)
  • Biotechnology shows its liquid assets (1-Apr-2003)
  • Calling in the effluent experts (1-Apr-2003)

  • Water & Wastewater Treatment


  • NOM: that is another matter (1-Apr-2003)
  • Gap in consultation process (1-Apr-2003)
  • Learning to cope with change (1-Apr-2003)
  • Mixed effects on water quality (1-Apr-2003)
  • Ensuring the integrity of data (1-Apr-2003)
  • Predictions made more realistic (1-Apr-2003)
  • Bath's overflowing problem (1-Apr-2003)
  • Technically speaking (1-Apr-2003)
  • Technically speaking (1-Apr-2003)