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

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May 2006

A reverse vending machine that recycles used beverage containers has proved an instant hit with students in Peterborough, resulting in significant waste savings for the school
It has been a year of mixed fortunes for those at the top of Scottish Water. While its chairman Alan Alexander departed after disagreements with ministers over its plans for delivering future investment, the publicly owned water company's chief executive, Dr Jon Hargreaves, was proclaimed Scotland's
Following Alan Alexander's resignation as chairman of Scottish Water, after 'fundamental disagreements', rumours abound concerning its privatisation
» In defence of our agency
» Semi-structural spray lining
» Non-contacting transducers
» Time to take action on business waste
» Natural Attenuation: an efficient strategy for the remediation of contaminated groundwater.
» London Borough in court over lack of EIA

May 2005

Hillhead 2005, the International Quarrying and Recycling Show, billed as "the world's biggest working quarry show," and now established for over 20 years, takes place on 21-23 June 2005 at Tarmac Central's Hillhead Quarry, Buxton. This biennial event, showing the latest plant, equipment, materials a
Judgement was issued on 14 April by the European Court of Justice in respect of a reference to the ECJ for a preliminary ruling on an aspect of interpretation of the Landfill Directive (Directive 1991/31/EC).
Medium-pressure UV lamps are effective in Norway's cold climate. Photo: BersonWhen the city of Bergen's water supply was identified as the source of giardia infection in the population, the proposed solution was to install a UV system. As Ben Kalisvaart, microbiology specialist and European sales manager for Dutch contractor Berson, reports, the urgency of the project meant t
» Groundwater pollution: Case C-163/03 Commission v Greece
» Tourism brings boom in desalination for Mexico
» Wild Birds Directive: Case C-135/04 Commission v Spain
» Seeking a cure for poor relining work
» Water wise
» Analysing water use in the paper industry
» Electrical culture

May 2002

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.
Koch Membrane Systems (KMS), a division of the Koch Chemical Technology Group, acquired Fluid Systems Corporation in 1998. Since then, KMS has invested heavily in research and development and is now launching a series improved reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) membrane prod
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,
» Fighting leprosy with light from the skies
» Site surveys in the Highlands
» Site surveys in the Highlands
» A taxing subject
» Optimism over SW challenge
» Reducing effluent discharge
» Desalination wins over imports

May 1997