edie+ archive for May 2011

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Sustainable Business Magazine


  • Environmental programme brings change to FedEx (1-May-2011)
  • Rachel Brown (1-May-2011)
  • Jeremy Darroch (1-May-2011)

  • edie newsroom


  • Packaging for a low-carbon future (1-May-2011)
  • London's air quality needs carrots as well as sticks (1-May-2011)

  • LAWR


  • Green gains: why plastic is the new plywood (1-May-2011)
  • Construction on target to halve landfill waste (1-May-2011)
  • How councils can do more with less (1-May-2011)
  • Why contaminants can't be run of the mill (1-May-2011)
  • Shredding at the cutting edge (1-May-2011)

  • edie newsroom


  • Foul odours see waste company pay out almost £90,000 (1-May-2011)

  • WET News


  • Ofwat assesses its regulatory role for the future (1-May-2011)
  • Meeting the operational challenges ahead (1-May-2011)
  • Pointing the way ahead in Portugal (1-May-2011)
  • Wastewater sensor goes non-contact (1-May-2011)
  • Rising to the challenge at Heathrow (1-May-2011)
  • Pharoah away from home (1-May-2011)
  • St Germans pumping station keeps fens flood-free (1-May-2011)

  • Water & Wastewater Treatment


  • New beginning for St Germans (1-May-2011)
  • Optimisation system slashes energy costs (1-May-2011)
  • Forward thinking (1-May-2011)
  • Mixing fire with water (1-May-2011)
  • Why Tunnel vision requires flexible boring (1-May-2011)
  • Seine protected by microtunnelling project (1-May-2011)
  • Trenchless approach gives Blackburn flood relief (1-May-2011)
  • Weathering the storm (1-May-2011)
  • Southern metering programme ramps up (1-May-2011)
  • Layering for leakage (1-May-2011)
  • Could continuous network monitoring help SIM? (1-May-2011)
  • In-house water sampling? - It keeps the costs down (1-May-2011)
  • Refreshing change at Scottish Water (1-May-2011)
  • Setting the priorities (1-May-2011)


  • Tailoring waste to the householder (1-May-2011)
  • Rise of the waste professional (1-May-2011)