Edie+ articles on this day... for January 2001, 2000, 1997, 1992

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

January 2001

GAC products from seven sources underwent pilot scale trialsSevern Trent's Bob Borrill discusses the company's recent GAC trials
While they consider re-structuring, diversification and overseas investment to arrest falling profits, British water companies are vulnerable to international takeovers says Chris Webb
Unscheduled maintenance is a significant extra costAccording to Hidrostal, some pump manufacturers' whole life cost models fail to place sufficient emphasis on maintaining long-term efficiency and the cost of clearing blockages
» Working out how to control odours
» The cost of securing access
» Death by 1,000 audits
» Survey spotlights worrying increase in brown rat infestations across UK
» Innovative system maps air pollution at pavement level and in vehicles
» Pilkington Glass saves on water bills
» ...CL:AIRE update...

January 2000

Keith Harries, principal hydrogeologist at Halcrow Water, looks at the relative effects of agriculture and wastewater disposal on nitrates in groundwater on the Caribbean island of Barbados.
The Stage III aerator; based on a three-tier waterfall design.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.
Researchers are developing a new type of environmentally friendly fuel cell that runs on aluminum and renewable resources and generates about 20 times more electricity per pound than car batteries. The cell produces electricity through chemical reactions between hydrogen peroxide and aluminum. If pe
» Heavy metal, soft rock
» Standard to deliver
» Remediation recycles CO2
» SPC systems help tanneries meet consents
» Green issues with a taste of the commercial
» DETR lends an ear to noise nuisance
» Reflections on liability

January 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.

January 1992