edie+ archive for December 2009

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  • Consultants expect public sector contracts to outstrip private (1-Dec-2009)
  • Consultants predict bright future for renewable energy (1-Dec-2009)
  • Construction slowdown hits contaminated land work (1-Dec-2009)
  • Denmark, climate summit host, tops wind power table (1-Dec-2009)
  • Offers on table for Copenhagen likely to deliver 3.5°C rise (1-Dec-2009)
  • Water work sees surge in confidence (1-Dec-2009)
  • Environmental professionals flag up human cost of climate change (1-Dec-2009)
  • Reducing the carbon footprint of packaging: it's more than just plastic (1-Dec-2009)
  • Friends of the Earth backs African COP15 plea (1-Dec-2009)
  • WWF backs African calls for Kyoto-style agreement (1-Dec-2009)
  • Stay in Copenhagen until you seal a deal, leaders urged (1-Dec-2009)

  • edie/Semple Fraser feature


  • European courts settle cross-border spat over siting of nuclear plant (1-Dec-2009)
  • UK failing on air conditioning emissions controls (1-Dec-2009)

  • LAWR


  • Obama wants climate right for recycling (1-Dec-2009)
  • Stepping up to the carbon challenge (1-Dec-2009)
  • What lies ahead for waste PFI? (1-Dec-2009)
  • Go underground for recycling targets (1-Dec-2009)
  • SCA Recycling broadens its paper wings (1-Dec-2009)
  • How to bank on plant efficiency gains (1-Dec-2009)
  • Cracking down with the mobile CCTV fleet (1-Dec-2009)

  • WET News


  • Challenges should not 'delay AMP5' (1-Dec-2009)
  • Metering for the future (1-Dec-2009)
  • Election deadline threat to flood bill (1-Dec-2009)
  • Ostara wins major US contract (1-Dec-2009)
  • Downpours, then delays? (1-Dec-2009)
  • Practical lessons for real-life jobs (1-Dec-2009)
  • Flow many reasons (1-Dec-2009)
  • Don't let disaster strike head! (1-Dec-2009)
  • Small but perfectly formed (1-Dec-2009)
  • Designs for life (1-Dec-2009)
  • Chlorine? No problem (1-Dec-2009)

  • Water & Wastewater Treatment


  • Surprise as Thames chief Owens quits (1-Dec-2009)
  • Bubbling over the surface (1-Dec-2009)
  • Sludge handling banished (1-Dec-2009)
  • Applying standards to barrier systems (1-Dec-2009)
  • Bakewell proves the perfect start (1-Dec-2009)
  • A world worth fighting for (1-Dec-2009)