edie feature articles on this day... for May 2019, 2018, 2015, 2010

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in May 2019, 2018, 2015, 2010

May 2019

May 2018

May 2015

edie explains: Building Management Systems (BMS)

A recent edie survey found that 56% of energy managers are focusing on Building Management Systems (BMS) this year - a 9% surge. With this in mind, we've taken a closer look at BMS (and BEMS) to find out what all the fuss is about.

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Green hospitality: How Whitbread is making complex supply chains more sustainable

As Whitbread sets itself a series of ambitious new sustainability targets, the hotel and restaurant group's CSR programme manager Mark Parker explains the increasing importance of supply chain management to further enhance its environmental credentials.

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Q&A: The importance of water efficiency for businesses

Resource Efficient Scotland recently held a Q&A session with Dr Stuart Ballinger, project director for the Water Technology List, to discuss why and how businesses should reduce their water use.

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May 2010

Severn Trent Water’s wish list for shaping the future

According to Severn Trent Water, the sector has reached a critical point. Things need to change for a sustainable future. Dean Stiles reports.

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What's arising - a mixed picture?

A lack of reliable data on construction waste arisings is clouding judgement on whether recovery targets can be met without additional policy measures

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An open way of working

A new telemetry system for the water industry was launched in Peterborough in March. Natasha Wiseman went along to find out who would benefit

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· Air of optimism reigned at IWEX 2010

· Air quality programme calls on comedy support and social media to engage public

· ATEX approval for new Darcy bund system

· Auma’s ready for the new era

· Designer liner proves perfect solution for pump station

· Balfour boosted by £200M AMP5 work

· Navigating the Complexities of the Consenting Process