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January 2003

Waste management, recycling and metal reprocessors are investing in new plants up and down the land to win a share of the massive market that is quite literally piling up to form “fridge mountains” that are posing a huge problem for local authorities. LAWE reviews recent developments that offer much
Maria Cull, from law firm Herbert Smith, analyses recent court rulings relating to industry and the environment
Results from laboratories can be inconsistent. The Agency's MCERTS scheme should bring a higher quality service to environmental managers. Melanie Brown reports
» IPPC in the food and drink industry
» WASTE
» Living in a material world
» Feeling the heat
» Recycling fund boosts initiatives
» Risky business
» Calculating the right design


January 2002

A dedicated road tunnel atmosphere monitoring system has been developed by CODEL International. Designated the TunnelMASTER, it comprises a family of monitors designed to provide all the essential measurements necessary to monitor tunnel atmospheres: visibility, carbon monoxide, nitri
Potential for poor installation must be reducedRMC presents the results of its research into why manhole covers fail
The aim of the Natural Environment Research Council's URGENT programme is one of managing the interactions between natural processes and the effects of past, present and future human activities. Mike Welch, national facilitator for the programme and a consultant to the Chemical Industries A
» Technically speaking
» Forest gumption
» Taff minewater given clear bill of health
» Dyeing to receive clear waste
» AES wins cement works monitoring contract
» The search for certification: www.emsaudit.com
» What will be the big issues in 2002?


January 1999

Computer simulation showing distorted flow profiles downstream of a bend. A high standard of flow measurement will improve the efficiency of your
Diesel contamination on railtracks A new UK centre for co-ordinating national efforts to improve contaminated land assessment methodologies, research and develop remediation technologies and disseminate information to industry and academia has been created in Edinburgh. Colin Cunningham, the Centre's research co-ordinator, explain
Pests face sophisticated technology - infra red mouse detector. Dealing effectively with nuisance in its many aspects, from pest control to noise pollution, odours and dust, which blight the environment, demands the combined resources of environmental health departments and the expanding range of specialised services, techniques and equipment from the a priva
» Double signal filters out background noise
» ISO prepares guidance for systematic environmental performance evaluation
» The importance of being effluent accurate
» Seeping contamination


January 1994