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

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in January 2015, 2014, 2011, 2006

January 2015

The circular economy, it seems, can not only preserve resources and reduce emissions, it can also provide a massive boost to the UK economy in the process. Here's how...
Reducing or preventing waste would have clear environmental benefitsThe commonly accepted waste hierarchy is not working and two centuries of the 'take-make-waste' ethos are degrading the health of global ecosystems. In light of this, Liz Gyekye asks a few industry experts to explain whether waste should instead be treated as a valuable resource.
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
» Planes, trains and automobiles: Six sustainable transport systems
» Top 10 business benefits of reducing water consumption
» The next five years: AD and food waste policy
» Looking forward to ISO 14001:2015
» Edie explains: Renewable Heat Incentive

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.
After a terrible winter of floods and washouts, the weather gods have shown a little mercy and calmed down. But have you ever wondered what happens to the waste and recycling services in towns before and after floods? Liz Gyekye finds out.
Liz Gyekye analyses the latest trends shaping the commercial and industrial waste market
» Scotland gets down to business for zero waste
» Engaging the materials supply chain to achieve TEEP recycling services

January 2011

New technology is making the continuous monitoring of sulphides in wastewater effective and desirable, says Michael Strahand, general manager of Analytical Technology (UK)
Secondary containment is absolutely critical for securing storage tanks, says Matthew Lines, the technical services manager of ITW Irathane Futura. Here he explains the best approach
Shared services are on the agenda for Scottish local authorities. Jackie McGuire looks at the collaborative progress being made in the drive for efficiency savings.
» Passion or profit? The way to the board's heart
» Diageo is taking sustainable production to the limit
» Bigger, better, bioreactor...
» Shipping company invest in environmental technology
» A specification for successful asset management
» FOG - are you disposing of yours legally?
» Vodafone staff told to cut flights

January 2006

Electricity companies now have to tell their customers exactly where their power is coming from, and the carbon dioxide and nuclear waste produced, writes John Haven
Zenon's modular, Z-MOD MBR, consists of a suspended growth biological reactor coupled to an ultrafiltration (UF) membrane filtration system.
With Chinese manufacturing blossoming, four new major EU directives present an opportunity for UK business in the global marketplace. Stephen Kimber discusses one company's approach
» Red Forge adds sophistication with '20/20 Vision'
» Growing use for sludge
» Free choice for Scottish firms
» Phosphate monitor cuts costs
» May Gurney bags a brace
» Moving up through the gears
» In the front line