edie feature articles on this day... for February 1999, 1998, 1995, 1990

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in February 1999, 1998, 1995, 1990


February 1999

SWIG w&wt s&a q&a

More than 60 people attended a recent Sensors for Water Interest Group (SWIG) workshop to review the various UK and European initiatives on standards and accreditation for on-line monitoring in water and waste treatment. There is, reports Michael Scott, secretary and director of the Cambridge-bas

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Monitoring of VOC Emissions keeps industry on the right side of the law.

Servomex Xentra 4900 environmental gas analyser

Leading UK specialist in gas analysis, Servomex Group, which has featured in the Government White Paper, “Our Competitive Future: Building the Knowledge Driven Economy,” as an example of best practice in British industry, explains in this month’s Air Quality: Stack and Process Emissions feature,

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Going underground

There is increasing evidence that groundwater, which provides around 35% of the nation's drinking water, is polluted beneath a large number of industrialised areas. (In the Birmingham and Coventry areas alone, over 80% of boreholes sampled showed evidence of pollution of trichloroethylene, a solvent

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· Massive savings achieved in joint project

· Environmental information put to the TESS

· DTA downstream demonstration

· Comply with me...

· PM measurement spurs monitor development

· BIOTECHNOLOGY CUTS COSTS IN VOC ABATEMENT



February 1998

Fired up for energy recovery

The ciculating fluidised bed combustor is a hybrid that is capable of burning a wide range of waste materials

In part two of our seven-part Waste to Energy series, Robin Holder, Tal Golesworthy and Peter Davies of consultancy Environmental Development Technology explore the basics of burning waste with a look at current and future developments in firing systems.

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Can earthworms provide the answer to the sludge treatment problem?

Vermistabilisation is the use of earthworms to treat sewage sludges. Dr Piers Clark of WS Atkins Water explains how vermistabilisation, with its low capital cost and relatively simple operation, may represent the ideal solution to some rural UK sites, where raw sewage has traditionally been dispo

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February 1995



February 1990