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

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May 2007

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.
A worldwide perspective on waste management will be taken at this year's CIWM show as the global economy becomes increasingly important for utilising resource recovery methods
An inefficient, boom and bust culture exists in the UK water industry's supply chain, according to initial findings from research by UKWIR. Dean Stiles reports on why suppliers need to influence the regulatory cycles' poiicy makers.
» Discharges - whose risk is it anyway?
» Ireland must be more open on environment
» Air quality directive: a basis for equality?
» SustainabilityLive! off to a flying start
» Yorkshire Water - driving innovation
» Water industry "ignoring climate change"
» Spanish irrigation could harm birds

May 2006

More action is needed on business waste as the issue moves up the political agenda. LAWR looks at the latest developments in this field
PENNY HYDRAULICS' Swing Lift Kerb Grab is designed for the safe, efficient and cost-effective handling of access covers, kerb stones and other loads so that maintenance and construction engineers can eliminate the need for manual handling and comply with current and impending safety regulations to r
WRAP has announced another round of funding to help local authorities communicate their recycling messages more effectively
» On air: broadcasting quality to the public
» Best investment
» UK in the clear over scrapyard impact assessments
» Mixed fortunes for Scottish Water chiefs
» Meeting the shortfall
» Rurally rationalizing
» Station controller for hazardous waste

May 2003

Black & Veatch's Frank Rogalla looks at removing endocrine disrupters
Ian Martin, general manager of the waste treatment division of Waste Recycling Group, highlights some of the changes to the treatment and disposal of hazardous wastes that will impact on many businesses within the next year.
Fred McArthur, director of United Utilities Industrial, looks at waste management in the food processing industry.
» Actions speak louder than words
» Not too hot
» Making allowances for energy
» Hygiene monitoring keeps it clean
» Sympathetic design
» Connection key to overall plan
» No surprises

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