edie+ archive for April 2005

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Sustainable Business Magazine


  • Reach for a new policy (1-Apr-2005)
  • Quality is the key (1-Apr-2005)
  • Smart thinking (1-Apr-2005)
  • Accolade winners (1-Apr-2005)
  • Electric avenues (1-Apr-2005)
  • Turbulent times (1-Apr-2005)
  • A smashing idea (1-Apr-2005)
  • Keen to be green (1-Apr-2005)

  • edie newsroom


  • An end to point source pollution? (1-Apr-2005)
  • John Batty of the Society of British Water and Wastewater Industries (SBWWI) identifies some market opportunities in the AMP4 determinations. (1-Apr-2005)
  • Paul Conroy and Ross Crosbie of WRc Utilities explore some of the key technical challenges involved in delivering Ofwat's final determination as well as the implications for meeting efficiency targets. (1-Apr-2005)
  • Silt pollution of waterways from construction sites; a problem the industry must learn to address (1-Apr-2005)
  • Preparing for climate change (1-Apr-2005)
  • Oxygenation of large water bodies (1-Apr-2005)

  • edie/Semple Fraser feature


  • Edie environmental case law update (April 2005) (1-Apr-2005)
  • Edie environmental legislation summary (April 2005) (1-Apr-2005)
  • Case C-90/04 Commission v Austria: Austria fails to provide report on sulphur content of fuels (1-Apr-2005)
  • Commission v Germany: Germany found in breach of EIA Directive over two road building projects. (1-Apr-2005)
  • Case C-225/04 Commission v Finland: Finland misses deadline for maritime safety law (1-Apr-2005)
  • Case C-449/03 Commission v France: France in breach of waste tip operating rules (1-Apr-2005)
  • Case C-221/03 Commission v Belgium: Belgium found to be in breach of Nitrates Directive (1-Apr-2005)
  • Application No. 48939/99 Oneryildiz v Turkey: Death caused by methane explosion at municipal rubbish tip (1-Apr-2005)
  • Application No. 46117/99 Taskin and Others v Turkey: Authorities decision to issue mining permit violated Article 8 of Human Rights Convention (1-Apr-2005)
  • Environment Agency v Armstrong Environmental Services Ltd: Timber waste to wood chip is exempt from waste licensing regime. (1-Apr-2005)
  • Berlin to be brought before the Courts regarding PM10 (1-Apr-2005)
  • MARAD allows export of nine more ghost ships to the UK (1-Apr-2005)

  • LAWR


  • MBT backed by new study to aid UK reach targets (1-Apr-2005)
  • Advanced digestion facility opens up new options (1-Apr-2005)
  • Quantitative Risk Assessment answers the question: (1-Apr-2005)
  • Just what the 'soil doctor' ordered (1-Apr-2005)
  • DEFRA funding maintains impetus for clean up (1-Apr-2005)
  • Recycled aggregates play key role in construction (1-Apr-2005)
  • Top of the range recycling kit turns on the power (1-Apr-2005)
  • Waste firms fined £140,000 following workplace fatality (1-Apr-2005)

  • Water & Wastewater Treatment


  • A few home truths (1-Apr-2005)
  • Strategic steps (1-Apr-2005)
  • Evolution of the design matrix (1-Apr-2005)
  • Water management: (1-Apr-2005)
  • Cultivating high-quality (1-Apr-2005)
  • Advances in membrane systems (1-Apr-2005)
  • Iron supply hangs (1-Apr-2005)
  • Separation and settlement (1-Apr-2005)
  • Roll up for the (1-Apr-2005)
  • MBR configuration assessed (1-Apr-2005)