edie feature articles on this day... for March 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

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

March 2005

A fresh approach

David Powley of DNV Certification asks what it takes to narrow the credibility gap associated with ISO 14001 certification

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Case Study: Carillion

By establishing a 'Sustainability Committee', Carillion is able to examine and identify how and where it can set new targets for sustainability.

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Exploring membrane technology

Naston's Derek Rodman analyses the pros and cons of membranes' performance and operation in biological wastwater treatment

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· Burgeoning demand for flowmeter calibration in China

· 'Green' labels flag up fuel efficient vehicles

· Case Study: Unilever

· Taking water reuse into the future

· Education spin-off from Indian RWH

· Wising up to reality of SCP

· Decreasing the grease

March 2004

Waste industry faces new challenges under Directive

Tim Jessop, Business Development Manager, of VHE Construction plc, a member of the EIC Contaminated Land Working Group and contributor to the Kirby Report Remediation Permit - Towards a Single Regeneration Licence, looks at key issues arising in the wake of the implementation of the Landfill Directi

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The Landfill Directive - is it the end of

The Landfill Directive and other recently introduced legislation and regulation have major implications for the regeneration of contaminated land and the operation of landfill sites, both themes that feature at this year's ICU exhibition and conference at the NEC. Complementing LAWE's special previe

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It's been a long, hot summer

Too much rain and too much sun? Mark Shepherd of ADAS looks at ways the UK can deal with the threat of both droughts and floods after the confused weather over the past year

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· Sustainable engineering

· The right tools for the job

· Environmental Management Systems - By Ken Smith of Casella Stanger

· Integrated plant follows recipe for success

· ISO 14001 Success Across Thales UK

· The Future of Environmental Management Systems, by Tony Inskip

· The insurability of ecological damage

March 2001

Emissions trading: the implications for industry

Figure 1. Comparing the costs of reducing emissions through internal abatement measures (steps on the curve) with buying carbon emission permits (illustrative permit price indicated by red dotted line)

Next month will see the launch of an emissions trading scheme as part of a range of measures designed to help the UK meet its commitments on greenhouse gas reductions. Likely participants fall into two categories: those who are part of a Climate Change Levy Agreement, and those who are not. William

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Sharing expertise in an increasingly unstable world

It’s a sad fact the that the first two months of the 21st Century have not heralded a new dawn, but have ushered in stormy weather - both literally and metaphorically. Shifting land masses have brought death and destruction in Gujarat and El Salvador. Mozambique is once again struggling for survival

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Climate Change Levy: are you ready for lift-off?

One simple way for companies to save energy is to switch off computer monitors at the end of the day, according to the DETR

Average global temperatures are rising, as are sea levels; habitats are changing, and vulnerable species are being lost, and it’s all due to a group of gases that are turning Planet Earth into a greenhouse. In the UK, where climate change is causing warmer winters, and a wett

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· Fume abatement galvanised

· Carbon cuts chemical release

· For whom the smell tolls

· PM10 monitoring for industrial sites

· Just deserts

March 1996