Edie+ articles on this day... for January 2012, 2011, 2008, 2003

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in January 2012, 2011, 2008, 2003

January 2012

Advanced Plasma Power chief executive, Rolf Stein, writes for edie energy on the Renewable Obligation consultation which closes this month.
Local efficiency savings are now a major driver for councilsA new waste management services framework could deliver major savings for local authorities, as Christine Batty explains
Spelman: Resource efficiency and waste reduction will be vital to the green economyEnvironment Secretary Caroline Spelman gives a sneak preview of the Government's forthcoming Resource Security Action Plan - and what it means for business
» An energy review of 2012 - 12 months early
» Hospital outsourcing model generates healthy waste savings
» Mitsubishi gives producer responsibility the cool factor

January 2011

Radio frequency identification technology can help councils develop recycling strategies and improve participation rates. Marie-Françoise Glotz explains how.
The site where the man fellA Mansfield District Council worker fell six metres down a dry well while clearing litter from a yard, magistrates heard today (January 12).
A module carrier equipped with an air lubrication systemJapanese shipping company, NYK have put CO2 reduction at the forefront of their strategy.
» Don't ignore what is under your nose
» Workers exposed to deadly asbestos court hears
» Climate resilience studies planned
» A forensic approach
» Sulphide monitoring gets a makeover
» Passion or profit? The way to the board's heart
» Diageo is taking sustainable production to the limit

January 2008

Maintaining up-to-date health and safety standards may seem like a daunting task. But a new accreditation system aims to simplify compliance and protect against liability, writes Wayne Baxter.
Septic tanks pose a major threat to the environment, according to Mike Norton, technical director of wastewater treatment plant manufacturer Klargester. Natasha Wiseman found out more about his concerns and why a new British Standard will help address the issues
Teignbridge council in Devon has become the first local authority to deploy an RCV fleet with the latest Euro 5 emissions-compliant engines
» Medical equipment gets thorough physical
» Testing times for technical competence
» Dosing plant leads the pack
» Anglian repair challenges partners
» Environmental Case Law Summary, January 2008
» Separators stem tide of unseen pollution
» Make sure you sample first to clear the air

January 2003

Claire Monkhouse from the IEEP looks at the latest developments at the European Commission
Defra’s National Waste Minimisation and Recycling Fund is providing a welcome stimulus to the development of local authority recycling schemes to meet tougher recycling targets as councils struggle to cope with the “fridge mountain” and prepare for the impact of the forthcoming Waste Electrical and
Changes in the way we travel, shop and spend our leisure time have resulted in the creation of increasingly large paved areas. These include car parks in out-of-town shopping centres and supermarkets, park-and-ride car parks, and standing areas for aircraft at airports. In addition, the trend toward
» Black & Veatch’s Frank Rogalla looks at filter maintenance and operations
» Living in a material world
» Recovering indirect economic loss
» Feeling the heat
» Raising the response standards