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

There is plenty in the pipe

An assessment of the works in progress Scottish Water has taken on

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Advances in waste management

With over 30 years experience in waste management, ISO 14001-accredited Advanced Treatment Technology is focusing on helping waste producers reduce their reliance on landfill and minimise their costs of disposal, while maintaining the highest environmental standards. Chairman, Hugh Hoather,

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Nothing soft about the new PAWS

PAWS is a software package for the hydraulic analysis and design of pressure pipe systems that incorporate ABS pumps. It is operated through a system which enables the user to draw on the computer screen a graphical representation of the pump/pipe system under consideration. Alternati

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· Reducing effluent discharge

· Sharpening up the skills sector

· Desalination wins over imports

· Airport run-off feeding bacteria for WWT

· Wastewater recovery key to high resistance

· Spreading the word

· Increased scale of plant stimulates R&D



May 2001

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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Raising cash and getting the price right

As concerns about global water supplies continue to grow, Tom Pankrantz, Corporate Projects Dirctor of Vivendi Water Systems/USFilter, outlines commercial stratagies for larger desalination and water reuse projects.

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Air quality monitoring stations designed yo operate in extreme weather conditions

Bound for an exacting environment, a batch of AQM enclosures have been engineered to withstand extremes of weather and temperature in an overseas location where the power supply is subject to sporadic fluctuation.

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· UK cuts greenhouse gas emissions as Euro MEPs back lower levels

· New remedy for radioactive wastewater

· SWRO makes its debut in Cyprus

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

· A material dilemma

· Water, water, everywhere...

· Foot & mouth debacle proves need for independent regulators



May 1998

INVESTMENT IN CHP PLANTS COMBINES ECONOMIC & ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS

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