Edie+ articles on this day... for June 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in June 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

June 2005

Judgement was given in the case of Alford v Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on 5 May 2005.
Severn Trent Water examines the use of dosing systems to aid the removal of phosphorus during wastewater treatment process
Highly durable, custom-made mixers from Landia are helping Cleanaway, one of the UK's leading waste management companies, to treat successfully leachate at its Rainham landfill site in Essex.
» Under pressure
» NSCA sounds the alarm over Noise Directive
» R (on the application of Thames Water Utilities Ltd) v Bromley Magistrates Court
» Greening the Desert
» Making the grade
» Emissions to air - new challenges for the power generation industry
» Edie environmental legislation summary (June 2005)

June 2004

Peter Maslin of KSB reports on advantages and disadvantages of a range of impellers when selecting pumps for various applications
UK recycling rates of packaging materialsIt often feels that industry and local authorities could be more in tune when it comes to improving UK recycling rates for packaging. John May, manager, Corus Steel Packaging Recycling (CSPR) writes on how this can happen.
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive was published on 13 February 2003. The UK and other Member States of the EU have until 13 August 2004 to transpose the Directive into national legislation. Here, Adrian Harding, Environment Agency Policy Advisor on Producer Responsibili
» Article Title
» Green help for small businesses
» Implementation of the WEEE Directive in the UK
» A conflicting conundrum
» The next generation
» Agency consults on landfill sites risk assessment
» Are you Waste Aware?

June 2001

Environmental award schemes have for some time offered a powerful means of stimulating change, and have been very successful in encouraging organisations to behave in a more environmentally responsible way. So successful, in fact, that growth in such schemes has tipped the 'exponential' mark, to the
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) combine layers of spatial information about a location, allowing the user to visualise, manipulate and analyse data from many sources. John Bearder, HSE Consultancy, Shell Global Solutions (UK), describes why this makes them ideal tools to facilitate environmen
The forthcoming Europen Standard on the Quality Assurance of Automated Monitoring Systems will have a significant impact on the monitoring of certain industrial emission sources in the UK. Beverly La Ferla reports.

June 1996