Edie+ articles on this day... for January 2015, 2014, 2011, 2006

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January 2015

The upcoming revision of the ISO 14001 standard has been welcomed by more than 90% of environment and sustainability professionalsSince first adopted in 1996, ISO 14001 has become the most widely-recognised standard for environmental management. There are now over 301,000 certificates issued across the world, with an increase of over 17,000 last year.
Waste regulation is only as effective as the enforcement that is applied, writes ConranA recent paper published by FCC into the environmental positions of the main political parties suggests that regardless of the political landscape after May, there will be more of the same with little appetite for immediate change. It seems clear that the economy will be the overriding driver over t
Water costs can be reduced by up to 50% by investing in no- and low- cost water reduction technologiesAs Business in the Community (BITC) recently warned, droughts and water scarcity pose a significant risk to the environment, society and the economy. But when it comes to conserving water, small adjustments can have a big impact on businesses...
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» Edie explains: Renewable Heat Incentive
» Waste as a resource: Five industry viewpoints...
» Planes, trains and automobiles: Six sustainable transport systems


January 2014

Following the implementation of the 2013 Scrap Metal Dealers Act, BMRA's Ian Hetherington explains how the new legislation provides the opportunity to clamp down on criminal activity if vigorously enforced.
Liz Gyekye analyses the latest trends shaping the commercial and industrial waste market
Dee MoloneyThe single biggest issue on everybody's lips this year is TEEP. Dee Moloney gives TEEP guidance for local authorities.
» Scotland gets down to business for zero waste
» Councils absorb waste challenges posed by flooding


January 2011

Interview: Nicolas PetrovicTom Idle meets the CEO of Eurostar
A property management company was fined £30,100 today after admitting a series of offences which led to workers being exposed to asbestos fibres.
Air quality modelling of waste sites is key for effective dust and odour control. Claire Meddings and Joanna Smith offer a step-by-step guide to enable everyone to breathe easy
» World first for sewer rehabilitation in Dorset
» Founder of Climate Week warns of environmental tipping point
» UPM's MRF set to maximise quality
» Give Peacehaven a chance
» The right solutions for bonding the bunds
» Service delivery: a shared concern for councils?
» Litterpicker injured falling into well


January 2006

Brownsea Island is owned by the National Trust and sits at the entrance to Poole Harbour, Dorset. Both the harbour and the island are sites of special scientific interest.
When making a risky decision, companies assume they are weighing up their best alternatives. But psychology suggests our choices are biased towards taking risks when dealing with losses, writes Dr Ed Mitchell
Both the private and public sector elements of the water sector depend on a reliable supply of well trained university graduates to maintain and develop their skills and knowledge bases.
» Onyx takes Sulo's ID weighing system on board
» Breaking convention
» On-board weighing plays key role in recycling
» In the mix
» Tunnelling waste management guide
» Edie environmental case law summary January 2006
» Free choice for Scottish firms