Edie+ articles on this day... for April 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in April 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

April 2010

An act based on lessons learned from the series of serious floods affecting Britain has been brought into effect.
Changes in legal personality can now be reported to ECHA thanks to the new REACH-IT version and the new Practical Guide published today.
Fareham Borough Council is protecting its frontline workers against harmful vibrations - a measure that will soon be mandatory for all local authority vehicle operators.
» Recommendations to Lead Registrants
» SUDS knowledge is key
» Renewables Obligation amended in Scotland
» 'More difference than any other vote'
» A whiff of success
» IKEA shines a light on electrical waste
» Law seeks to control ship-to-ship oil transfer

April 2009

A new land remediation product is working wonders for cleaning up acidic colliery spoil, offering a sustainable alternative to traditional 'dig and dump' methods
For two consecutive years Scottish Water has been criticised by its regulator for not meeting leakage targets. It has been using SebaKMT equipment in its battle to reduce leakage levels. Maureen Gaines reports.
Dr Phil Morton, chief executive of REPIC, the UK's argest WEEE Producer Compliance Scheme comments on the potential pitfalls of the current system.
» Climate change at heart of AMP plans
» Everything Changes - What is the Carbon Reduction Commitment?
» Data is the key to the CRC - by EDF Energy
» Creative forward thinking
» The Carbon Reduction Commitment - Friend or Foe? By Hyder Consulting
» Top Ten Tips to Carbon Accounting - by Parsons Brinckerhoff
» Wizards of Oz control manganese in Scotland

April 2006

The pressure is mounting to cut landfill and treat contaminated land. The ICU 2006 exhibition highlights the latest legislation and technologies involved, writes John Haven
Austria was ordered to better protect birds on a nature reserve as it lost a legal wrangle with the Commission
The Government wants 10% of electricity to come from renewable sources by 2010. But any business that installs a renewable-energy system on its property faces increased rates. The British Retail Consoritum asks why As industry ponders the future of Britain's energy supply, political pressure is mou
» On Boro time
» Potential Future Legal Actions
» A new dawn for nuclear
» The Environment Business Interview - Going the extra mile
» The Environment Business Interview: Going the extra mile at John Lewis.
» Biomass drive for Scotland
» Commission takes on Greece over viper protection

April 2001

A Luo sailing canoe en route to its traditional fishing grounds on the lakeLake Victoria, is the second largest freshwater lake in the world - around 70,000m2. However, the lake and its natural resources are environmentally threatened, together with the livelihoods of 40 million people living in its environs. Recent reports indicate that the lake is shrinking, by about 10c
Not only inland waters but all European seas will also be monitoredThe new EU Water Framework Directive has far-reaching implacations for cross-border river basin management as it recognises that whole lifecycle monitoring is the only way forward. Tim Lack of WRc reports.
The UK is likley to be one of the first, if not the first country, to have a functioning Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Scheme. As Anthony Hobley of environment law firm CMS Cameron Mckenna explains, however, such a scheme, at least initially, will have no clear legal basis for governance and non-
» Telephone lines provide global warnings
» Materials recycling maintains progres as MPs slam waste policy performance
» Benchmarking plan for a competitive future
» Complex business of equipment choice
» Recycling specialists offer wide-ranging services
» United States goes it alone on global warming
» Packaging waste opens up revenue opportunities for local authorities