Edie+ articles on this day... for February 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in February 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

February 2007

The Weee directive will see an increase in the collection of discarded computers. But what about the data stored on them? Graham Davy examines the implications
A new observatory has been opened in tropical Cape Verde to monitor interactions between the atmosphere and the tropical oceans and their links with climate change.
The complexity of the electronic and electrical industry, and the number of stakeholders affected by the new legislation, has prompted many delays in implementation, and round after round of consultations with the DTI.
» Understanding efficiencies of total solids retention
» Driving the message home
» Making the earth move for Viridor
» UK planning system contains EIA loophole
» Capital investment
» Creative installation for Corus
» Masking Out City Smog


February 2006

An enterprising partnership between seven local authorities may become a national model of best practice as recycling rates soar across the area
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
A water company has argued it does not need an EA licence to carry out work on its sewage treatment plants.
» Italy quizzed over water directive
» What's it all about...? Waste vs the community
» UK celebrates reservoir management success
» WRG sticks with Tana compactors
» Water efficiency is key in California
» WAMITAB set to extend provision
» Testing times


February 2003

Bio Series is the latest in biological treatment systems and is designed specifically to deal with some of the toughest wastewater applications.
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.
Environment and technology strategy manager at OSS Group, Paul Ramsden, offers an update on the current waste management legislation situation, as well as the likely changes to existing legislation.
» Leakage, a capital offense
» Small acorns to great oak trees
» Waste management has designs on the future
» A statement of good intent?
» Waste not but want more?
» Treading the middle ground
» A stable solution for turbulent times


February 1998

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.
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