Edie+ articles on this day... for May 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in May 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

May 2007

The MCerts legislation for the self monitoring of effluent flow has been in place for more than three years. Paul Cherry reviews the regulations and calls for a proactive approach to effluent flow monitoring.
The crowds were flooding in as Sir John Harman, chairman of the Environment Agency, launched the inaugural SustainabilityLive!, the UK's biggest event for environmental industries.
According to data from the BPMA, pumps represent the largest single use of motive power in industry and commerce, accounting for 31% of overall energy usage in UK industry alone, writes Andrew Glover.
» Testing one, two, three
» Investment in a growing market
» Revamp, not replace, for low vehicle emissions
» Southern upgrades mapping system
» Stand up and be counted
» Building a sustainable future for brick waste
» Our fleet managers need the continental touch


May 2006

Mike Knights of Pacscom looks at the changes in telemetry that are on the way and which should be of benefit to the water industry
In a bid to try and match the performance of utilities in England and Wales, Water Service will shift from being a government department to a government-owned company. WWT assesses the implications
Welcome to this month's edie Special Report where we focus on developments in the world of monitoring and analysis.
» UK rapped for failing to insist on EIA for Crystal Palace
» Rurally rationalizing
» Textiles suffer shortfall
» Glaswegian innovation
» The Secrets of Cirrus
» Station controller for hazardous waste
» Best investment


May 2003

As the recently introduced WEEE Directive begins to make its presence felt, IEM follows the progress of industry as it looks at ways to tackle its electrical and electronic waste.
EBM looks at the environmental aspects of this year's Budget, and finds a lack of imagination or concrete action
Robert Oakley of waste specialist OSS Group, looks at the benefits available to manufacturers of turning to specialist waste companies to help solve their waste disposal and minimisation issues.
» Regulating risk
» Energy training puts people first
» A process of waste elimination
» Actions speak louder than words
» Continuous improvement
» Not too hot
» A greener world


May 1998

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