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June 2011


David MacKay insists that there is no single right answer to achieving the emissions target, but favours the hedging scenarioDavid Strahan meets David MacKay, chief scientific adviser, DECC
Regulations that will transfer private drains and sewers to water and sewerage companies have been laid before Parliament. But the water industry awaits important details in guidance. Marie-Claire Kidd reports.
» Priority substances debated
» Trewin Restorick
» Stuff and nonsense - we need to design to last
» Motorway service station reduces energy use
» Proven effective
» Why the Waste Review needs to mean business
» Government buy-in is essential to achieve low-carbon transition


June 2010

Air quality standards are being revised in Scotland and Northern Ireland to reflect amendments to European law.
With the revised Waste Framework Directive waiting in the wings, now is the time to get new sites allocated for waste schemes say Andrew Williamson and Victoria Molton.
The Thames Gateway Water Treatment Works, the UK's first-ever desalination plant, officially opened this month. The facility, sited at Beckton, East London, will provide "seriously water-stressed" London with a back-up supply to use in the event of a drought.
» Climate change not a problem for MWH Soft
» Does your software satisfy your needs?
» Irish to buy Welsh wind-farm
» A bit of a damp squib?
» New forestry act for Northern Ireland
» SWS contracts up for grabs before year-end
» Anglian triumphs at ‘Oscars’


June 2007

Reverse osmosis is an alternative leachate treatment technology that can address continually changing landfill requirements, says Manish Pankhania
Land Rover's Fran Leedham has a balancing act to perform. The company is driving for a greener image, which is embodied in a new concept car. But it also has to cater to its customers' needs. Tom Idle talks to the head of environment and sustainability about her challenging role
For landfill operators, leachate treatment is a challenging aspect of wastewater management. Some are finding that using pure oxygen as part of an enhanced aeration process can significantly improve efficiency
» IWEX comes back with a vengeance
» Portugal late on SEA adoption
» Electrokinetic revolution looms for sludge dewatering
» Communication is everything
» Tomorrow's home today
» The great grant farce
» One green bottle


June 2002

Strikers bound for goal are the only predators usually on display at Villa Park but a recent demonstration of bird control saw hawks, falcons and eagles swooping over this famous football venue to show how bird flocks can be deterred from roosting and infesting at a variety of sites.
Tackling the pervasive problem of noise pollution is top of the agenda in LAWE's annual special review of nuisance in all its main forms, including odour and pest control. New research shows how noise continues to blight the environment prompting calls for more action to implements an effec
Wehrle Environmental, part of the Wehrle-Werk AG group, presented a wide range of effluent treatment technology at the et2002 show last month.
» Ways to get ahead in business
» Noise mapping points the route to an ambient noise strategy
» Sewage sludge in the dock
» Waste industry looks to growth in 'charge by weight'
» Study draws to a conclusion
» Bridging the gap
» Floating aerators cut ammonia levels