Edie+ articles on this day... for January 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in January 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

January 2010

Groundwater bores can have terrible problems with iron bacteria that forms into slimy deposits and solid encrustations. But Boresaver, a range of cleaning solutions developed in Australia, is proving an effective treatment, says Mike Deed.
Ofwat is urging water companies to rethink their pricing strategies. With the AMP5 spending round and Water Framework Directive in the mix, treatment works will have to stretch their committed monies in many ways. Simon Lambert reports.
Developers can no longer ignore SUDS. Which is why manufacturers have such an important role to play in developing adoptable solutions, says Mike Shaw.
» Parking up for recovery at Ince Marshes
» A hi-tech, intelligent solution
» Europe looks at labelling tyres for fuel efficiency
» German AD model offers food for thought
» Batteries regulations reminder for small businesses
» Wales promotes cleaner fire places
» Revving up for low carbon collections


January 2009

In the run up to the UN talks in December, which will hopefully set a global deal for climate change, business leaders, top consultants, and environmental experts reflect on 2008 - and share their hopes and fears for the year ahead
Developments in biogas utilisation mean that the combination of MBT with anaerobic digestion offers a flexible and efficient solution when treating residual waste. Alex Marshall explains
One important aspect of the new Planning Act 2008, the community infrastructure levy, has the potential to hit developers in the pocket. Nick McDonald reports
» Don't stint on service
» Gentle approach was needed
» Products of the times
» Beyond Euro 5: Rev it up for an eco engine
» Eversheds comments on carbon trading
» Environment Agency issues new gypsum waste guidance
» Taking the stress out of preload


January 2006

As landfill taxes increase and recycling targets rise local authorities are investing in programmes of waste reduction and more recycling. This is stimulating the demand for equipment such as PM Onboard's WasteWeigh" system for waste vehicle payload and its accredited and patented BinWeigh" system f
United Utilities operates a number of WwTWs with high-phosphate influent that arises as a result of specific local industries. Discharge consents reflect this and the water company is obliged to remove a large proportion of the phosphate from the discharge.
During the 1870s, the town of Malvern in Worcestershire became the first place in the UK to have a fully metered water supply, for which the motivation was water conservation. Did it work?
» Germany slow to implement water laws
» Slashing costs in gully waste
» The glass is greener
» Membrane pre-treatment for RO
» Risky business: why do companies take more risks when faced with losses?
» Secondsite wins ground-breaking waste deposit claim
» Transferring Knowledge


January 2001

The Environment Agency, in partnership with the Institute of Petroleum, has produced a new report on the extent of groundwater contamination with the petrol component methyl-tertiary-butyl- ether (MTBE). The report, A review of current MTBE usage and occurence in groundwater of England and Wales<
Wet calibration should be carried out on a fully accredited flow rigWater companies have changed the priorities by which they choose flowmeters. According to Endress + Hauser's David Claridge the emphasis is now on securing life cycle management.
The Environment Agency, in partnership with the Institute of Petroleum, has produced a new report on the extent of groundwater contamination with the petrol component methyl-tertiary-butyl- ether (MTBE). The report, A review of current MTBE usage and occurence in groundwater of England and Wales<
» Working out how to control odours
» Dig deep
» Out in the wash
» Big spend on odour control in Scotland
» Contamination and subsidence mar 150-year-old redevelopment
» Making the most of liquid assets
» My point is... Water Industry Reflections