edie feature articles on this day... for May 2002, 2001, 1998, 1993

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in May 2002, 2001, 1998, 1993


May 2002

Airport run-off feeding bacteria for WWT

ITT Flygt has supplied a range of pumps for an innovative wastewater treatment plant on the outskirts of Oslo

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A taxing subject

Chancellor Gordon Brown's 2002 Budget promises to achieve economic progress while, where possible, protecting the environment

Landfill Tax Credits, Climate Change Levy and Emissions Trading Scheme. All of the above could have a major impact on your business, and all of the above have been affected by the latest Budget, revealed on April 17 2002. Jason Rayfield examines the small print which will raise big issues f

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Getting the best out of poor resources

Colin Reith of Memcor Ltd, outlines the key role which continuous microfiltration plays in keeping costs down and efficiency high in the treatment of potable water, industrial water pre-treatment and wastewater recycling.

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· Site surveys in the Highlands

· Reducing effluent discharge

· Nothing soft about the new PAWS

· Australia gets the Hanovia treatment

· Advances in waste management

· Wastewater recovery key to high resistance

· Taking the strain out of waste



May 2001

A material dilemma

The fall and rise of plastics? Dr Mark Everard, director of science at The Natural Step; Duncan Bowdler, trade liaison manager for the Co-operative Group (CWS); and Mark Shayler, environmental manager, Asda Stores, looks again at the 'flawed concept of green materials'.

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New remedy for radioactive wastewater

Sellafield reprocesses spent fuel rods from a number of ageing nuclear reactors

Scientists have discovered a new material which is able to remove caesium and strontium from the wastewater generated by spent fuel rod reprocessing. Peter Minting reports

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WWT on the impact of the proposed single Scottish water authority: Size is important for Scots

As WWT reported last month, it is likely Scotland's water authorities Ð West of Scotland Water (WoSW), East of Scotland Water (EoSW) and North of Scotland Water (NoSW) Ð will be merged to form Scottish Water (SW), a single publicly-accountable entity to handle the country's water and wastewater se

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· Ongoing crisis as demand outstrips supply

· Water, water, everywhere...

· Foot & mouth debacle proves need for independent regulators

· Networking helps cut losses

· Air quality monitoring stations designed yo operate in extreme weather conditions

· Doncaster monitors pollution data on particulates at two quarry sites

· Portable open path ambient air quality monitor developed with Agency co-operation



May 1998

INVESTMENT IN CHP PLANTS COMBINES ECONOMIC & ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS

Inside the sludge drying plant at Teeside

Industry is investing major resources into expanding Combined Heat and Power capacity with the enthusiastic support of the Government for the economic and environmental benefits this solution can offer

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May 1993