edie feature articles on this day... for March 2000, 1999, 1996, 1991

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in March 2000, 1999, 1996, 1991


March 2000

Bangkok's multi-storey sewage solution

Bangkok's Yannawa WwTW was officially opened last December, marking the end of a $180M project started in 1994. The restricted area available for the plant required an extremely space-efficient treatment process and some novel sewer routing. John Senior of Ove Arup & Partners International reports.

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New for old in Estonian pumping station

Following major refurbishment work in 1999 by Sarlin Pumps, the main pumping station in Narva, Estonia's third largest city, is now fully operational.

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Greenwich Peninsula regeneration

The Millennium Dome, as the flagship development on a massive regenerated site on the Greenwich Peninsula, symbolises not only the new era but also the vast potential that the remediation of brownfield sites can offer, as a new Government study spells out

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· People - curse or cure?

· Pumping for a new town

· Making sense of smell

· Lean time no bad thing for engineers

· The use of submersible mixers in STPs

· Sewage treatment in a greenhouse

· Plenty of muck ­ but is there enough brass?



March 1999

Membrane filtration in the paper industry

Membrane filtration can be used in the pulp and paper industry to recover material as well as prevent waste by-products from entering the water course. In addition, depending on the application, membrane systems can be used to remove impurities or to concentrate and purify, either as an aid to

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Hako Sweeps in with “Total Solution” for municipal vehicles solution.

Hako Machines, best known for its range of industrial and street sweepers, is expanding into new market sectors, adding a larger range of sweepers and the multi-purpose multicar to its stable. LAWE Editor Alexander Catto reports on the company’s evolving strategy.

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Hako Sweeps in with “Total Solution” for municipal vehicles solution.

Hako Machines, best known for its range of industrial and street sweepers, is expanding into new market sectors, adding a larger range of sweepers and the multi-purpose multicar to its stable. LAWE Editor Alexander Catto reports on the company’s evolving strategy.

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· Getting underneath the problem

· Electricity - charging ahead

· Ferguson Aims to strengthen global role of waste management profession.

· Approval testing of membrane filtration systems

· Hako Sweeps in with “Total Solution” for municipal vehicles solution.

· Measures for practical, qualitative energy efficiency

· Regulatory enforcement to fuel growth in air pollution monitoring equipment markets



March 1996



March 1991