edie feature articles on this day... for May 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

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


May 2007

Making a case for PFI credits

Defra has recently adopted a new system for awarding PFI credits to local authorities. LAWR looks at what's involved

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Italy fails to protect wildlife

A designated area designed to give extra protection to rare birds and wildlife has not been properly protected itself, according to the European courts.

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H-scooters hit the road

The Hydrogen fuel cell lasts for 60 miles

Hydrogen-powered bikes and scooters are becoming viable on a commercial scale - with the first commercial models presented by fuel cell makers Valeswood at this week's Sustainabilitylive! eco-show.

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· Italy rapped for waste violations

· MCerts flow certification - a missed opportunity?

· Trant builds membrane filter plant trio

· Milton Keynes MRF fires up bigger and better

· Locking up the polluters

· Composting - a cleaner disposal for sludge

· Ireland must be more open on environment



May 2006

Boost for battery recycling

Mercury Recycling has launched Batterysafe, a battery recycling service to complement its Lampsafe lamp recycling service.

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Optimising kerbside collection of BMW

The Organic Resource Agency has completed a five-year study to assess the effectiveness of a Kent council's alternate week kerbside collection service. Anna Bright outlines the results

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On air: broadcasting quality to the public

Cameron Stathers explores how technology can help local authorities keep their communities informed about air quality issues

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· Environmental Case Law Summary, May 06

· Trenchless trends in Northern Ireland

· Accurate costings for regenerating carbon

· Natural Attenuation: an efficient strategy for the remediation of contaminated groundwater.

· Portugal puts motorway through bird sanctuary - ECJ unhappy

· London Borough in court over lack of EIA

· Station controller for hazardous waste



May 2003

Update on WEEE

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.

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Challenges and opportunities

Dr Tom Arnot of Bath University looks at the current situation regarding industrial effluent, likely changes to existing legislation and the implications to developing future technology

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Nutrient Control In Waste Water Facilities

On line monitoring and control of nutrient removal or addition in biological processes, hasn't, until recently, found widespread application.

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· Location, location, location

· Chemicals

· Lowered emissions from coal-fired generation

· Energy training puts people first

· A process of waste elimination

· Step by step

· A greener world



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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