Edie+ articles on this day... for March 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in March 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004

March 2013

Embedding sustainability into your operations will set your business apart from the rest. But where do you start? Zeljka Davis offers a simple step-by-step approach
Scotland's zero waste ambitionsThe year ahead promises radical change for Scotland's waste management industry and local authorities will be major facilitators, says Iain Gulland
World Water Day not only highlights the global water challenge but for Guinness and Smirnoff producer Diageo, it raises awareness throughout the company's supply chain and operations, says Michael Alexander
» Technology innovator speaks at Energy from Waste Expo
» Local resource: keeping waste in the neighbourhood
» Lambeth walks towards zero waste
» The emergence of Industrial Biotechnology
» Is the Chancellor's Budget end of the road for a sustainable economy?
» Has Defra delivered a guiding light on EfW?
» Dear Chancellor, don't dismiss resource security


March 2012

The West London composting siteWest London Composting is closing the loop on one waste stream by producing quality compost from local authority organic waste, says Nick Warburton
Carluccio's customers and staff believe that sustainability is important, says CEO Simon KossoffCarluccio's has improved its fish sourcing and waste management. But challenges remain on the path to sustainability
McDonald's says that it will initially focus on raw materials such as beef, poultry, coffee, palm oil and packagingMcDonald's has committed to improving the sustainability of its beef production - and much more besides
» Shale gas: Between a rock and a hard place
» Hi-tech help to drive the savings
» Interconnection is key to UK water scarcity challenge
» Easing the burden
» Diageo invest in green production plants
» Budget 2012: "clarity desperately needed"
» Water efficiency at heart of Heineken's sustainability focus


March 2009

A range of legislation affects health and safety in the water industry. Geoff Hooke, secretary general to the British Safety Industry Federation reminds employers where to direct their attention
The Conservatives have unveiled their latest environmental policy document. Tom Idle analyses the party's plans - which centre around a 'blueprint for a better energy future', and a call for an 'electricity internet'
Turning your footprinting information into carbon-cutting action is no mean feat. John Mayhew gives advice on the key points, and discusses how to strike a balance between cost and accuracy
» Missing links - footprinting along the supply chain
» UK Water - A Time Of Change
» Man-made trigger likely for China quake
» Four-layer filter delivers savings
» Interview: Robert Watson - "We've got to address this aggressively"
» Leaders: Waitrose - Top of the Food Chain
» Grand Designs: Building in the Human Factor


March 2004

Black & Veatch's Frank Rogalla looks at optimising coagulation processes
Rob Bell talks to Caroline Jackson MEP about her role as chairman of the European Parliament's environment committee, EC legislation and the tribulations of British business
Between August 2005 and July 2006 two pieces of legislation, the WEEE and RoHS directives will come into effect. The directives are part of Government measures to reduce the impact the UK manufacturing industry has on the environment. Tony Inskip, Director of UK contract manufacturing company, Zirko
» Environmental Management Systems - By Ken Smith of Casella Stanger
» Remediation assessed at landmark BBC 'Restoration' site
» The insurability of ecological damage
» Cash from clean-up
» Greening business: EMS and the 21st century company
» Integrated plant follows recipe for success
» A call for dialogue