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

Siltbuster - solving the shortage down under

The highest level of water restrictions has been imposed by East Gippsland Water in Australia following harmful pollution affecting the Mitchell River. To overcome the resultant water shortage there, the water company turned to Siltbuster find a solution that would improve water supply to 17,000 res

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Spanish irrigation could harm birds

Plans to irrigate steppe land and increase agriculture in parts of Spain have attracted the ire of the European courts.

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Ireland must be more open on environment

Ireland has been told it must adopt laws which make environmental information readily available to the public.

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· Building a sustainable future for brick waste

· Contractors experiencing a renaissance

· Engagement the key to promoting water efficiency

· SustainabilityLive! off to a flying start

· Trant builds membrane filter plant trio

· Composting - a cleaner disposal for sludge

· Southern upgrades mapping system



May 2006

POINT VERSUS CONTINUOUS LEVEL MEASUREMENT

THE VARIOUS PROCESS CONDITIONS PLAY A MAJOR PART IN THE TECHNOLOGIES USED TO MEASURE LEVEL. DONALD KOENEMAN AND WILLIAM SHOLETTE TAKE A LOOK AT THE TECHNOLOGY AVAILABLE FOR THE WASTEWATER INDUSTRY, AND RECOMMEND PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS

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In defence of our agency

There are plenty of intelligent, hard-working officers in the Environment Agency and in Defra. It is the structure and culture that are wrong, writes Bill Butterworth

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Housing challenges on the horizon for air quality

The Government's housing drive is set to place even more pressure on local authorities to address rising air quality concerns. Richard Maggs asks what can be done to alleviate this burden

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· PENNY SWINGS INTO ACTION

· Turning down the heat

· Get your message across

· Isle of Wight set to benefit from gasification project

· Incineration rules explained

· DOWNTIME VIRTUALLY ELIMINATED

· Clean energy for monitoring vehicle



May 2003

Raising the standard

Dave Curtis of the Source Testing Association (STA), outlines a new initiative to provide a core level of practical expertise for stack testing personnel.

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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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The business of waste management

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.

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· A cautionary tale of hazardous wastes

· Interview with the equaliser

· Operating the right frequency

· Regulating risk

· Connection key to overall plan

· Oscar performance for ODW

· Minimum duties on energy agreed



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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