edie+ archive for November 2004

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Sustainable Business Magazine


  • Political electricity (1-Nov-2004)
  • Action NI (1-Nov-2004)
  • Public access (1-Nov-2004)
  • OFR and reporting (1-Nov-2004)
  • Taking it on (1-Nov-2004)
  • Ladder to change (1-Nov-2004)
  • Building sustainability (1-Nov-2004)
  • ETS - in or out? (1-Nov-2004)
  • Tapping into SAP (1-Nov-2004)

  • edie newsroom


  • Innovative membrane technology for potable water production in the Channel Islands, by Jack Noble, Managing Director at Zenon Environmental (UK) Ltd. (1-Nov-2004)
  • Sewer Flooding: The Next Step (1-Nov-2004)
  • Linking WFD with development control and land-use planning (1-Nov-2004)
  • UK too slow to pick up ICM (1-Nov-2004)
  • Case Study on the use of ferric dosing in Cranleigh by Watson Marlow (1-Nov-2004)

  • LAWR


  • Recycling targets drive innovation in design (1-Nov-2004)
  • Volvo serves expanding recycling market (1-Nov-2004)
  • New build homes on 'brownfield' sites near 70% (1-Nov-2004)
  • New build homes on 'brownfield' sites near 70% (1-Nov-2004)
  • Courts pass landmark judgements on contaminated land (1-Nov-2004)
  • Land Clean opens up thermal desorbtion treatment plant (1-Nov-2004)
  • NPL service provides high-tech air quality measurement (1-Nov-2004)

  • Water & Wastewater Treatment


  • Focus on membrane technology (1-Nov-2004)
  • Investing in a new works (1-Nov-2004)
  • Turning up the pressure on reuse (1-Nov-2004)
  • Looking good and smelling good (1-Nov-2004)
  • Top trenchless techniques (1-Nov-2004)
  • Strategic energy options (1-Nov-2004)
  • Technically speaking (1-Nov-2004)

  • World Water


  • WHO launches new standards for drinking water (1-Nov-2004)
  • Worldwide challenge for WHO quality standards (1-Nov-2004)
  • Receding water levels and declining oxygen levels in Lake Victoria could destroy its ability to sustain biological life (1-Nov-2004)
  • Erratic water supply in Zimbabwe (1-Nov-2004)
  • India-Nepal flood plans collaboration (1-Nov-2004)
  • World Bank consults on Laos dam (1-Nov-2004)
  • Contamination crisis in Brazil (1-Nov-2004)
  • Rush to recycle in Melbourne (1-Nov-2004)
  • National strategy for Pakistan (1-Nov-2004)
  • Environmental disruption in the Danube (1-Nov-2004)
  • Call for action in former Soviet-bloc (1-Nov-2004)
  • Ethiopia's Awash washed up? (1-Nov-2004)
  • Three launches at IWA's big gathering (1-Nov-2004)
  • World Bank back in big infrastructure - Briscoe (1-Nov-2004)
  • Political drive needed to reach goals - Rouse (1-Nov-2004)
  • IN BRIEF - November 2004 (1-Nov-2004)
  • Partner charter under pins giant Sydney project (1-Nov-2004)
  • Combined techniques save Czech spa (1-Nov-2004)
  • Poland tackles its sewer pipe problems (1-Nov-2004)
  • Pipe producer's fire warning about plastic (1-Nov-2004)
  • Italians take a chance on new pipe liner (1-Nov-2004)
  • Enhanced cameras improve inspection (1-Nov-2004)