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

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


April 2005

John Batty of the Society of British Water and Wastewater Industries (SBWWI) identifies some market opportunities in the AMP4 determinations.

SBWWI's membership is made up of contractors, manufacturers and consultants from the water sector. SBWWI members, working in partnership with the water companies, will have the task of delivering the AMP4 capital maintenance and investment programmes authorised by Ofwat in the final price determinat

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Top of the range recycling kit turns on the power

SED 2005, being held once again at the Fen Farm, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, from 17-19 May, 2005, features a Site Clearance Zone with demos of equipment used on the reclamation and recycling of construction, demolition and green waste, plus an array of materials handling and landfill construction plan

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Keen to be green

Barclays Bank details the environmental considerations at the heart of its new building

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· MARAD allows export of nine more ghost ships to the UK

· Berlin to be brought before the Courts regarding PM10

· Quality is the key

· An end to point source pollution?

· Accolade winners

· Separation and settlement

· Cultivating high-quality



April 2004

Achieve better mixing and dosing

Chemineer's Neil Cathie presents a detailed analysis of the diverse range of flow conditions static mixers are now capable of handling

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Linking WFD with development control and land-use planning

By Dr Peter Howsam, Cranfield University
Water Framework Directive should have been called Land and Water Framework Directive

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Climate change: The challenge continues

The problem of climate change has not gone away, nor will it be wished away. Governments must act.

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· Gee meets Anglian's needs

· Government acts to stave off potential hazwaste crisis

· The Water Framework Directive: a new approach?

· Government acts to stave off potential hazwaste crisis

· Law of the land

· Environment and EU enlargement

· Uncertain plans



April 2001

Silk purses, pigs' ears....

A few things, but firstly: Someone had to ask. This month's shredding of the government's Waste Strategy 2000 at the hands of the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee, including a particularly inflamed tirade over the role of incineration within it, perhaps even set the scene a litt

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Business world calls for new approach to waste management in Ireland

The business community in Ireland is proposing the setting up of a National Waste Management Authority, as Dr Mary Kelly, Assistant Director - Enterprise, Environment and Industrial Policy with the Irish Business and Employers Confederation (IBEC), explains in this special contribution to the LAWE

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United States goes it alone on global warming

In our New Year issue, commenting on President George W Bush’s assumption of power, we gave the new incumbent in the White House the benefit of the doubt over environmental issues, but warned, ‘don’t hold your breath’.

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· Consumers set to benefit in the long term

· Complex business of equipment choice

· Benchmarking plan for a competitive future

· Biofiltration solves municipal refuse odour abatement problem on sites across Italy

· Recycling specialists offer wide-ranging services

· Emissions trading - Says who?

· On line to meet leak reduction targets



April 1996