edie feature articles on this day... for July 2003, 2002, 1999, 1994

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in July 2003, 2002, 1999, 1994

July 2003

Taking stock

Investors are increasingly looking at companies’ environmental and social performance to inform investment decisions. Brian Pearce looks at the implications for business

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Sewage treatment contract showcases expertise

In association with sister company, Consolidated Contractors International Company SAL, ACWa Services has won a contract to design, install and commission the Phase 6 extension to Sharjah Sewage Treatment works in the United Arab Emirates. The contract forms part of an £18million project being carri

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Advocating measured change

Peter Whittle, chair of EIC's Environmental Measurement and Monitoring Group, looks at the group’s work and broader issues facing those providing lab services for the water sector

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· A manageable recovery

· Primary considerations.

· The lie of the land

· The choice is yours

· Industry fears over new EU chemicals plans

· Chopper pumps stop for nothing

· A helping hand

July 2002

Flood warnings from behind the barricades

A new 2-D modelling approach has been developed for predicting the potential inundation of low lying land behind coastal and river defences, as George Mitchell, principal engineer at the UK’s Atkins Water explains.

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Cementing a new path for remediation

Changing UK contaminated land policy, dwindling landfill capacity and new EU legislation on landfill will have a major impact on the way contaminated land is remediated. Castle Cement claims to have an answer in the form of its stabilisation solidification technology, which after some

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Putting decommissioning on the map

Reactors and robots, paratroopers and planes - the Harwell site in Oxfordshire has seen it all. Soon to be hailed as an international business centre, the area is currently undergoing a thorough liability review. In the second part of the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) series, Beverly L

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· Maintaining common ground

· The skills to stay in the frame

· Market leader advances on all fronts

· Best solution for new Hong Kong island residents

· Synchronization, integration, unification

· The grand Scheme of things

· Sensitive sewer restoration work in Berlin

July 1999

The liabilities of the land

Liberty Legal Indemnities (LLI), a subsidiary of the Lloyd's managing agency Liberty Syndicate Management (LSM), has launched Landpro, a new scheme that can protect policy holders against new liabilities arising in respect of contaminated land that has been remediated. The concept has been developed

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Belgian technology targets UK

OVAM, the Flemish equivalent of the UK's Environment Agency, was first given powers to enforce clean-up of contaminated sites by a Parliamentary Waste Decree of 1981. In the UK, by contrast, similar powers will only come into force with the implementation of Part IIA of the 1990 Environmental Protec

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Petroleum remediation gel

In a recent in situ bioremediation project undertaken by Response Environmental Services, one company saved around 56% of its costs through opting for bioremediation as opposed to landfill.

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· Outsourcing predicted to increase during AMP3

· CLAIRE in the community

· A new framework for control

· Fitting regulations for backflow technology

· Twin-track soil contamination removal

· A green focus on FTSE 350

· KEECO wraps up heavy metals

July 1994