Edie+ articles on this day... for June 2008, 2007, 2004, 1999

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in June 2008, 2007, 2004, 1999

June 2008

A plant that can treat - and reuse - both liquid and solid waste from road sweepings has just opened for business in the northeast. Dean Stiles reports
Yorkshire Water has finished refurbishment of one of its water treatment works as part of the AMP4 Large Scheme Programme. Ian Farmery and Mark Hayton outline the project.
Scotland's Court of Session has ruled on an important case concerning the ability of a commercial landlord to carry out intrusive site investigations on potentially contaminated land.
» How to get on top of the carbon league
» High-pressure solution for filter press
» A night to remember
» How to provide a fuller service
» European Court of Justice - preliminary rulings
» Contaminated Land - England
» Big squeeze as the credit crunch hits home

June 2007

An overloaded commercial vehicle is a dangerous beast - so stay safe by using axle load indication, says Andrew Freeman
Once again Edie News and Semple Fraser team up to bring readers the latest on legal cases which impact on environmental industries in the UK and Europe. This month Finland is told to stop wolf hunting, Austria admits lapses on plant protection and the regulation of hunting and Spain fails to protect
The UK water industry has set standards in infrastructure security which are impacting other utilities sectors here as well as the continental water industry. Michael Miles reports.
» Scraper blade loading monitored in Manchester
» Land Rover hits the road to sustainability
» Designing a much more sustainable world
» Atkins builds UK's biggest pumping station
» Yorkshire overhauls its largest works
» Tomorrow's home today
» Quality Protocol: does it hit the right spot?

June 2004

Sulo MGB Ltd, which recently moved to larger premises in High Wycombe, reflecting the growing market and an increasing order book in the UK, at the last count reported that more than ten of its vehicle-mounted weighing systems now have local Trading Standards certification throughout the country.
Companies and organisations carrying out pest control work need to be sure that they comply with the relevant Acts and Regulations controlling the management and disposal of generated waste materials. This is because waste disposal is a critical part of the work of all pest controllers and the need
IntroSite specific odour emission limits, determined through source quantification and dispersion modelling, provide a useful tool for determining planning and permit conditions and ensuring the risk of odour nuisance is minimised. Morgan Fitzpatrick, a consultant at OdourNet UK, the environmental o
» Red Forge launches 'Delta' system at CIWM
» Green help for small businesses
» The next generation
» Advances in technology spearhead composting drive
» Working together to hit recycling targets
» Viridor Waste builds major new plant at Beddington
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June 1999