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February 2004

Diana Raine, business manager for cryogenics in Europe at Air Products discusses the role of cryogenic condensation technology in VOC recovery.
Southern Water Scientific Services discusses how the provision of enhanced coliform testing should help safeguard agricultural land as a long-term route of sludge disposal
Dennis Eagle has recorded success across a wide range of customers in recent months. After having supplied its first Elite chassis into the fleet of Premier Waste Management in February 2003, the fulfilment of an order by the RCV manufacturer last month (January) for two Huffermann FELs brings the
» IPPC: making your permit application
» Transport and RCVs opt for sustainable solutions
» Providing timely and valid air quality information via human-centered electronic services: the APNEE-TU project
» Mini artic fleet aids Stirling's recycling drive
» Shaping up for the future
» Winds of change in the right direction
» Hazardous waste: the way forward


February 2003

Project Acorn is moving towards the end of its lifetime, but this will by no means be the end of the life for the Acorn approach. Matthias Gelber, director of environmental management systems at White Young Green Environmental Ltd, reports.
Jonathan Harper of product recovery specialist, Martec, looks at improving the bottom line in the management of industrial effluent by improving yields and minimising waste.
Waste brokerage can provide a valuable link in the waste management chain, bringing together producers, suppliers and other stakeholders. Jason Rayfield spoke to Roger Withinshaw and Tim Garrett of Outsource Site Services about playing their part in the burgeoning business of waste disposal.
» Fathoming out your wastewater bill
» A statement of good intent?
» A stable solution for turbulent times
» Waste management has designs on the future
» Pressing concerns lead to solvent solutions
» Snapping up the savings
» To recycle or not to recycle?


February 2000

The landfill management industry and the Government are focusing on the major shift in operational practice and standards that will result from the implementation of the EU Landfill Directive. In this special feature LAWE reviews action to meet the UK's obligations and reaction from industry,
As standard waste water treatment systems become overloaded, and the drive for the "zero-discharge" plant becomes ever-greater, new methods of treatment have to be found. Steve Holt, Niro Ltd, looks at the role of freeze concentration as a practical and cost-effective way of meeting legislat
When Aggregate Industries UK Ltd launched its corporate-wide ISO 14001 initiative, aiming to certify all its UK sites before the end of 2001, the Environmental Working Group challenged with implementing the system soon realised the benefits of utilising IT, and set about implementing an intr
» Quality is the watchword in environmental management
» States of industry
» Garbage in, garbage out
» Industry backs waste recovery solutions against incinerators
» Giant sludge incineration plant opens in the Mersey Valley
» A diluted role for health and safety managers?
» MAJOR HIRER OFFERS WIDE-RANGING CHOICE OF KIT


February 1995