edie feature articles on this day... for January 2019, 2018, 2015, 2010

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in January 2019, 2018, 2015, 2010

January 2019

January 2018

Test bed: Deutsche Post DHL's emissions-neutral electric vehicle

In 2017, Deutsche Post DHL Group set a goal to make its entire logistics fleet zero emissions by 2050. The company is now testing technology to create the world's first ever "emissions-neutral" vehicle fleet.

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In practice: Salesforce's largest US blackwater recycling system

As part of a move to redefine its business purpose through staff well-being and sustainability, Salesforce has used its flagship San Francisco headquarters to champion water efficiency in an area notorious for severe droughts.

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SDG roundtable: Five ways to move from ambition to action

Sustainability and corporate responsibility managers from a range of businesses across the country recently gathered in London for an exclusive roundtable hosted by edie and UL EHS Sustainability, which explored the steps required to take the lead on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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· Heroes of change: How Innocent Drinks is empowering its staff to drive sustainability

· Could China's import ban create a step change for UK recycling?

January 2015

Waste as a resource: Five industry viewpoints...

The 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.

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Edie explains: Renewable Heat Incentive

This week's edie explains looks at the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) - a Government environmental programme that provides financial incentives suppliers of of renewable heat.

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The next five years: AD and food waste policy

Food waste policy will shape the future of the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry because 60% of the industry's potential comes from food waste, argues ADBA chief executive Charlotte Morton. Here, she unpicks this issue.

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· Top 10 business benefits of reducing water consumption

· Looking forward to ISO 14001:2015

· Planes, trains and automobiles: Six sustainable transport systems

· Waste policy: Great expectations for 2015

· Infographic: How the circular economy could create 200,000 jobs

January 2010

NI magistrates given more powers to tackle pollution

Magistrates in Northern Ireland have been granted a wider range of fines to impose on those convicted of polluting groundwater in the country.

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Police escort for motors in Cumbrian floods

Flooded treatment works in Cumbria meant emergency measures for United Utilities. Liam Brown, admin manager for ABB Motor Service's partner Central Electrical, reveals how one wastewater plant was helped

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Just the ticket for your weighbridge needs

The importance of a secure, up-to-date weighbridge ticket cannot be underestimated. Aidan Godfrey looks at the common problems of accurate weight recording, and how these problems can be overcome

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· Spray coat comes to rescue

· Nitrate manure rules relaxed

· Gee's chemical solutions

· United Utilities facing legal action over floods

· A hi-tech, intelligent solution

· Cap reform must pay farmers for ecosystem services

· Walker wants Ofwat to lead metering implementation