Edie+ articles on this day... for February 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in February 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

February 2005

Waste-to-energy companies seeking to negotiate the pitfalls of developing facilities within what can often be initially hostile communities, could well take a leaf out of Onyx Hampshire's book when it comes to gaining acceptance of going for the energy recovery option through waste incineration. Th
Les Gornall explores the redesign and commissioning issues behind sludge pumping systems
Environment minister Elliot Morley sets out the government's desire to see more private sector investment in waste
» Solmec materials handler speeds up waste processing
» Investment in recycling plant pays off for skip hirer
» Recycled materials used to build recycling centre
» VOC Pollution Control And The SED
» Wrestling regulation
» Taxi Emissions Strategy
» Optimising network usage

February 2004

Tim Ashmore, energy services manager at London Energy, looks at ways in which UK industry can address the challenges of the Climate Change Levy and CO2 reduction, and achieve energy efficiency in a cost-effective way.
Labs serving the UK water industry are switching to IDEXX's Colilert-18/Quanti-Tray 2000, which is providing a much faster procedure of E.Coli sludge testing than standard methods
A leading waste management company has added the Razorback ground-loading vehicle to its fleet to give operators greater ease of use. The Razorback ground-loading vehicle is now being used to collect and forward clinical waste for Serviceteam, a subsidiary of Cleanaway in Redruth, Cornwall. The gr
» So, how does the law lie?
» Software adds sophistication to vehicle operations
» New online vehicle management tool
» On-line effluent monitoring savings
» Environmental factors influence van selection
» Are you MCERT-ain about air pollution?
» The consultant: try walking in my shoes

February 2001

Supply chain problems are causing injuries says AWG's Richard Green
Whale's new WhaleVac vacuum cleanerYorkshire Water, part of the Kelda Group plc, and one of the ten largest water management businesses in the world, has taken delivery of four newly developed WhaleVac tankers, each with the capacity to hold up to 26,500 litres, for transporting sewage sludge to and from treatment works.
Watermill Environmental's Peter Garnett looks at audit trail software
» Take me to your designer
» Leachate treatment gets the green light
» Vehicle manufacturers drive down the 'environmentally friendly' road
» New tracked waste handler debuts in UK
» Pneumatic pumps extract the leachate
» Still monitoring after all these years
» Rail and water transport steer a course to expand alternatives for waste movement

February 1996