Edie+ articles on this day... for January 2011, 2010, 2007, 2002

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in January 2011, 2010, 2007, 2002

January 2011

Radio frequency identification technology can help councils develop recycling strategies and improve participation rates. Marie-Françoise Glotz explains how.
The founder of Climate Week, Kevin Steele, explains how climate change is at a 'tipping point' and the actions needed to stop it.
Energy managers can operate in very different business environments.
» Service delivery: a shared concern for councils?
» Workers exposed to deadly asbestos court hears
» Don't ignore what is under your nose
» The right solutions for bonding the bunds
» World first for sewer rehabilitation in Dorset
» A forensic approach
» Sulphide monitoring gets a makeover


January 2010

Buying the wrong flowmeter can prove to be a costly mistake. James Roper of Durapipe UK presents a guide to the most appropriate - and efficient - types of application.
Farmers should be paid to protect the ecosystems on their land, says Professor David Hill of the Environment Bank.
Burning sewage sludge or the methane derived from it helped Thames Water cut its electricity bill by £15M in 2008/09. The process enabled the company to generate 14% of its power needs.
» Walker wants Ofwat to lead metering implementation
» Flexible friends
» Spray coat comes to rescue
» United Utilities facing legal action over floods
» Water rules will help stem damage to ecosystems
» Designs on the future
» NI magistrates given more powers to tackle pollution


January 2007

The coalition that produced the Blueprint for Water has insisted it is not directly criticising water companies or Ofwat in its ten-point plan of action to solve the country's water crisis. Rather, it is an attempt to look at the 'totality of water management'. Sally Nash reports.
Ultrafiltration membrane processes can improve wastewater treatment effectiveness and capacity. This can be either through upgrade of existing plants or as a complete new-build membrane bioreactor treatment system. Jack Noble of Zenon Membrane Solutions reports.
With gas prices soaring and a raft of legislation on the way, efficiency-boosting technologies have never been so popular.Jitendra Patel reports on a new product that offers a 5% saving
» End of an era
» Burning dust: The hazards
» UK appears deaf to EU noise plea
» Innovation - who cares?
» Environment by numbers
» Laying down the law on ecological impact
» Trashy tales: how best to tackle them?


January 2002

Thanks to the CPA Technical Bulletin, WWT is able to present comprehensive details of the effects on manhole access of new rules designed to improve the safety of confined spaces
200,000 reeds were grown in peat free compost, from seeds collected locallyBAA's construction of a wetland treatment system, designed to deal with contaminated airfield runoff, has been praised for its environmental sustainability and innovation
Spent dye bath waters are highly concentratedJoel Ferguson from Queens University Belfast's Questor Centre discusses a new biological treatment for removing the colour from highly-concentrated cloth dye-house waste streams
» What will be the big issues in 2002?
» Cleaning up on spillage costs
» Emissions tracked for chemical recycling
» AES wins cement works monitoring contract
» Taff minewater given clear bill of health
» Reporting medium
» Plug technique reduces noise and prevents migration