edie feature articles on this day... for February 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in February 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997

February 2006

Land of change

Climate change is altering the landscape. Those who care for public green space, says CIWEM executive director Nick Reeves, will have to adapt

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Survival of the conformist

Are you ready for RoHS and WEEE? Paul James outlines the current state of legislation and the problems companies may face as a result of the new environmental regime

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UK celebrates reservoir management success

The UK's first reservoir management system, designed by US-based Severn Trent Services (STS), marked its second year of successful operation in September 2005. Matthew Sears, STS's business development manager for disinfection solutions, reports on a system that eliminates reservoir water quality pr

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· Edie environmental case law summary February 2006

· Testing times

· NATO demonstrate portable RO plant potential

· Design deviations to blame at Tampa

· WAMITAB set to extend provision

· Winter weather threatens London's leakage targets

· UK in breach of EIA obligations

February 2005

Investment in recycling plant pays off for skip hirer

McKinstry Skip Hire, a family owned business founded in 1969, has responded to changes in the skip hire business over the past few years - not least of which was the effect of the introduction of the Landfill Tax - by establishing facilities in waste treatment to recycle and reclaim the large annual

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Waste incinerator reporting software launched

In a direct response to the launch of the new EC directive for waste incinerators, Enviro Technology Services plc, the UK supplier of environmental monitoring instrumentation and systems, has further extended its offering to customers by adding the innovative new software package "ReporterManager" t

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Opening the door

Environment minister Elliot Morley sets out the government's desire to see more private sector investment in waste

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· Three-way partnership underpins plastics recycling scheme

· Technically speaking

· Terex-Atlas loader boosts steel scrap handling capacity

· The fine art of sludge pumping

· Meeting sludge obligations

· VOC Pollution Control And The SED

· Solmec materials handler speeds up waste processing

February 2002

Cokeworks site reclaimed in the Rhondda

One million cubic metres of soil is being moved in the course of a major scheme to regenerate a former cokeworks site in South Wales where the remediation method adopted eliminates the removal of contaminated material off-site

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Leak detection is elementry

Radcom Technologies explains how its new Soundsens system can improve and simplify leak location by combining noise logging and leak noise correlation in a single process.

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Tramps in your toilet? - waste and consumption

'Waste avoidance', properly applied, will in almost any circumstances yield significant savings on energy and other consumables with little or no expenditure. Vilnis Vesma, senior consultant at energy specialist NIFES Consulting Group, introduces an unintrusive way of addressing the wastefu

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· High-speed shredder boosts composting capacity

· Embracing the natural cycle

· Waste management and recycling offer major benefits in transport infrastructure

· Latest low fouling membrane

· Putting the heat on sludge

· Wartime legacy unearthed in Harwell clean up

· Latin America picks up the gauntlet

February 1997