Edie+ articles on this day... for April 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in April 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997

April 2006

Reputation is key to the John Lewis Partnership, especially when you own and run Britain's 'best-loved' store. Tom Idle spoke to Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Nick Monger-Godfrey
A new Tesco store in Norfolk is the first of its kind, and one of the most energy-efficient superstores in the country. Tom Idle had a browse around or the past four months, staff at the Tesco store in Diss, Norfolk, have had to come to terms with their new place of work. The energy-efficient supers
Austria was ordered to better protect birds on a nature reserve as it lost a legal wrangle with the Commission
» Commission clashes with companies over plant protection product ingredients
» Why is renewable energy use penalised?
» A new dawn for nuclear
» A new type of capitalism
» Shrinking tropical glaciers hold the key to water resources in the Andes
» Biomass drive for Scotland
» Commission takes on Greece over viper protection


April 2005

Jonathan Cutting of the Ewan Group and Davind Hanson of Yorkshire Water report on the findings of a post-project appraisal study of the AMP3 CSO programme
The dust is settling on Ofwat's final determination and water companies are focussing on the twin challenge of delivering the investment programme within the price limits and being ready for the next periodic review. In setting the price limits, Philip Fletcher has established something of a reputat
With the Landfill Directive now very much in force and the Waste Acceptance Criteria rapidly approaching, the remediation industry is gearing up to cope with the new challenges of hazardous waste disposal. Paul Garrett, Regional Manager, London & SE, at Churngold Remediation Ltd, looks at new challe
» Advances in membrane systems
» Environment Agency v Armstrong Environmental Services Ltd: Timber waste to wood chip is exempt from waste licensing regime.
» Turbulent times
» Quantitative Risk Assessment answers the question:
» Case C-90/04 Commission v Austria: Austria fails to provide report on sulphur content of fuels
» John Batty of the Society of British Water and Wastewater Industries (SBWWI) identifies some market opportunities in the AMP4 determinations.
» Roll up for the


April 2002

LimeX treatment aids future land use, such as planting with grassland mixturesA unique alliance between Britain's biggest coal producer and one of its customers is benefiting the environment with a sustainable landscaping opportunity.
When people talk about energy reduction and management through waste minimisation techniques, the governing factors relative to the success, or otherwise, of a project of this nature is the ability of the company, or more specifically the local management, to sustain the efforts on a long-t
The major advances that specialist contractors and machinery manufacturers have made in the areas of contaminated land, clearance, materials reclamation, demolition and recycling, are reflected once again this year in kit being demonstrated in the dedicated area for the very latest in speci
» A drop in the ocean
» What's in a name?
» Exploding a time bomb
» Information, information, information
» Recycled materials get the green light
» Building industry backs sustainable development
» Breaking new ground


April 1997

Preussag Noell Wassertechnik has now built two stripping plants for the recovery of ammoniacal liquor from the wastewater left at the end of sludge dewatering. The plant at Bremen's Seehausen WwTP processes 180m3/d and the one at Cloppenburg 300m3/d. Dr Jörg Rolfs of Preussag explains how the amm
Fugro Ltd operates a range of tools to aid clients and consultants in the rapid collection of sub-surface