Edie+ articles on this day... for April 2009, 2008, 2005, 2000

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in April 2009, 2008, 2005, 2000

April 2009

Businesses involved in the CRC will soon be asked to look at their environmental impact in a way they have never done before. Laurent Mineau of EDF Energy says that gathering the data will be the toughest, and most important, part of the process
A range of solutions for leakage management and pipe repair dominate the Water Industry Achievement Awards' innovation categories. Natasha Wiseman rounds up the finalists
Abigail Frost suggests ten measures for achieving carbon reductions in line with the incoming Carbon Reduction Commitment scheme
» Calming conflict between consultant and client
» Tips for a greener mobile workforce
» Crunching the waste, but what about the numbers?
» Climate change at heart of AMP plans
» CIWEM predicts climate winners and losers
» Interview: Steve Howard, The Climate Group - "I'm obsessed with this problem"
» Further comment and analysis on the UK budget


April 2008

Three companies with groundbreaking products are in the final stretch of the race for the Water Industry Achievement Awards' second Innovative Technology Award. Natasha Wiseman checks out their form
The problem with the uptake of Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) is not one of technology, writes Bob Sargent, vice chair of the EIC's Water Pollution Control Working Group
The rules on supplying accurate leakage data are stricter than ever, and criminal offences can result. But one smart meter can provide valuable support.
» And the award goes to...
» Brian Paddick on greening London
» Boris pitches for green Mayor
» Water under the bridge
» Taxing times: weighing up options for waste soils
» Technical guidance for LA officers
» Integrated action is the solution


April 2005

British Glass explores the benefits of a new web-based system that has revolutionised reporting data on energy and production
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
Two waste management companies were fined a total of £140,000 at the Old Bailey on 30 March 2005. The fine followed a prosecution brought by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) after an investigation into an incident where Mr Thomas Akwasi Aseidu-Ampofoh was crushed to death under a telescopic rea
» Berlin to be brought before the Courts regarding PM10
» Silt pollution of waterways from construction sites; a problem the industry must learn to address
» Environment Agency v Armstrong Environmental Services Ltd: Timber waste to wood chip is exempt from waste licensing regime.
» Edie environmental legislation summary (April 2005)
» Top of the range recycling kit turns on the power
» Commission v Germany: Germany found in breach of EIA Directive over two road building projects.
» An end to point source pollution?


April 2000

Jon Leech of Wedeco gives the complete guide to the principles behind UV disinfection and the factors to be taken into account to ensure an effective, efficient treatment system.
As part of an extensive upgrade at Layer de la Haye water treatment works near Colchester, Essex & Suffolk Water is installing a new control system.
Contaminated land site investigations and risk assessments may cover a plethora of chemical substances, but few take into account explosive ordnance contamination which can affect both green and brownfield sites. George Anderson of BACTEC International Ltd ­ an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (E
» Bringing peace to troubled waters
» Environmental assessment: a helping hand for EMS?
» The law or the land?
» 'Green' taxes set to shape future
» Tired and tested technology
» Land of our sons
» MIS begotten gains