Edie+ articles on this day... for February 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in February 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

February 2010

When Morrison Utility Services wants to get important health and safety messages across to its workforce, humorous cartoons can prove a quick and effective method.
In an exclusive interview, Norway's former prime minister and UN special envoy on climate change, Gro Harlem Brundtland, tells Erik Jaques why world leaders at Copenhagen may have disappointed, but COP15 was anything but a failure
It seems that the carbon-conscious consumer really began to make a difference to the products and services sold in the UK last year, says Cisco's green ambassador Richard Roberts.
» Brief Round-up: January
» Legal battle looms as UU denies flood claim
» Law Society chief attacks 'flawed' government energy planning laws
» How to save the beaches and the bathing waters
» Urban Warriors
» A Difficult Balance
» Joint SUDS effort

February 2009

WET News talks to Anne Dugdale, an experienced chartered town planner who has joined engineering firm Black & Veatch.
Michael Woods, partner and head of climate change at international law firm Eversheds, comments on December's official carbon dioxide emissions figures that were released today.
Juliet Davenport,CEO of energy supplier Good Energy, on Ofgem's publication of guidelines on green erngy supply.
» Optimistic yet realistic - ERM boss
» Waste by water reaches Olympian heights
» Concrete pipes are a tough option for the tough times
» Utility took on leakage - and won
» The only way is up for recycling managers
» Made to give plastics the blues
» Rising above the low of peak water

February 2006

Dennis Grimshaw, technical development director of RPS Water, reviews the current leakage position and looks at mains renewal as a preventative measure
WWF would like to confidently answer "yes". But if the new EU chemicals law is to deliver any of its expected benefits, EU politicians must resist all further pressure from the chemical industry and strengthen the text during the forthcoming 2nd Reading in Parliament and Council. Without improvement
Those hoping to claim for compensation for developing an asbestos-related disease that thickens the lung lining are set for disappointment.
» Academic values
» The Environment Business Interview - Sustained Success
» PRN prospects
» 'Electronic nose' sniffs out bad landfill odours
» WRG sticks with Tana compactors
» Edie Environmental Legislation Summary (February 06)
» Finland fails to adopt emissions trading laws

February 2001

Norba has clinched a £2 million plus order for RCVsManchester City Council has placed orders for refuse collection vehicles valued at over £2 million with Norba Ltd.
The tough targets for recycling and waste minimisation set out in the Government's Waste Strategy have provided added impetus to research the development of technology. A key influence in stimulating recycling have been the Packaging Waste Regulations which have also resulted in a new market, tradin
One of the MAN fleet acquired by SWSIn one of the company's largest orders for specialist chassis, MAN has supplied 12 4x4 M2000 18.224FAK middleweights to South West Highways CSWH) under contract to Devon County Council. The seven year contract is the second successful tender for Exeter-based SWH, whose decision it was to use MANs fo
» Computer-aided compliance
» How will the Landfill Directive affect engineering standards on UK sites?
» Pneumatic pumps extract the leachate
» WRc
» Vehicle manufacturers drive down the 'environmentally friendly' road
» Green with Envoy
» Let the chain take the strain