edie feature articles on this day... for January 2001, 2000, 1997, 1992

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in January 2001, 2000, 1997, 1992

January 2001

Death by 1,000 audits

With recent, and significant, revisions to ISO 9000 and EMAS adding to the increasing burden of environmental, health and safety, human rights and social legislation, the key difficulty, says Ai Associates' Ian Roberts - the first and only individual in the UK to have gained UKAS Accreditation as an

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Big spend on odour control in Scotland

The Alderley Group is set to clean up a teatment works in Scotland following the award recently of two major contracts to supply odour control and environmental monitoring systems.

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Aerial investigation simplifies site analysis

The aerial photograph shows a brownfield site in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The colour-contoured overlay shows the rsults of magnetic profiling carried out by Zetica (of Geo_Services International (UK) Ltd) for the client, Taylor Woodrow Construction Ltd.

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· Greek to me

· Making the most of liquid assets

· Carbon comes under scrutiny

· Working out how to control odours

· Contamination and subsidence mar 150-year-old redevelopment

· Nationwide services tackle pest control

· Perfectly formed?

January 2000

Standard to deliver

On 15 November 1999, the ISO Central Secretariat in Switzerland finally released the new ISO 14031 standard, entitled Environmental Management ­ Environmental Performance Evaluation Guidelines. Matthias Gelber, technical director of 14000 & ONE Solutions Ltd and member of ISO TC 207, SC 4, the

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Remediation recycles CO2

Polluted land and brownfield sites may be brought back to life more quickly following a new discovery by researchers from the School of Earth & Environmental Sciences at the University of Greenwich. Doctors Colin Hills and Cecilia MacLeod have developed a process to treat contaminated land and

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Boosting supply for Bangalore

A £230M OECF funded scheme will deliver an additional 270Ml/d of treated water to Bangalore in southern India. Robert Hyde of Mott MacDonald reviews the process design of the new WTW required to meet this demand.

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· Ozone counters Cryptosporidium in Milwaukee

· Hydrogen peroxide could power fuel cell

· SPC systems help tanneries meet consents

· Aquifer storage recovery

· Heavy metal, soft rock

· DETR lends an ear to noise nuisance

· Green issues with a taste of the commercial

January 1997

Rewarding opportunities in prospect for 1997

The environmental marketplace has undergone radical change over the past ten years. Paul Gosling of specialist environmental recruitment consultants Allen & York looks at what's in store for the coming year.

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January 1992