edie feature articles on this day... for July 2004, 2003, 2000, 1995

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in July 2004, 2003, 2000, 1995


July 2004

Technically speaking

Black & Veatch's Frank Rogalla, with co-author Grzegorz Bujocze, looks at handling solids for low nutirent residuals

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Heil shows two stream Euro-Cycler at Torbay

The recently introduced "Euro-Cycler" body from Heil Europe was on display at the CIWM Torbay event at the R U Recycling stand.

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Energy: why is it so important to conserve?

Saving energy is the best way to cut carbon emissions. Here, Heather Peacocke of the Energy Saving Trust gives practical advice for home, businesses and local authorities.

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· Azura compacts sweep Swindon

· Too Big A Bill!

· Emissions trading: will it work?

· Sampling in the driving seat

· Battery power serves recycling and street cleansing

· Dennis Eagle rolls out one thousand Elite 2 cabs

· Analysis along the riverbanks



July 2003

The true cost of waste

Envirowise presents an overview of the environmental issues facing the UK pulp and paper industry, as well as a run-down of what it can do to help.

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Chopper pumps stop for nothing

Chris French speaks to Landia’s Hugh Vaughan about the crucial role played by chopper pumps in pulp and paper manufacture.

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Utilities follow the bus route

Ian Sully, managing director of Auma Actuators, reports on digital control technology and why bus systems have recently experienced growing popularity within the UK water sector

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· The future looks bright on paper

· British lab sets the standard

· Industry fears over new EU chemicals plans

· South East’s spring clean

· True reflection of the water

· Turning over a new leaf

· Crypto. removal under scrutiny



July 2000

Vaalkop WTP focuses on filtration upgrade

The water treatment plant at Vaalkop Dam south of Johannesburg is being upgraded to incorporate a Counter Current Dissolved Air Flotation with Filtration system, as Black & Veatch project manager Paul Urban explains.

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A lifeline for Helgoland's dune village

The challenge of constructing a dual direction pipeline to simultaneously carry drinking water and sewage on a North Sea island has been met thanks to modern pipe materials, as Egeplast's Ulrich Winkler explains.

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Passive activity

A brownfield site in West Drayton, Middlesex, needed treatment during the second phase of a residential development or Acton Housing Association. The site was required or 70 housing units, including semis, terraced houses, flats and an area of sheltered accommodation. The first phase of the developm

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· Landfill operator opts for improved compactor design

· Shopping for an EMS

· Terberg Matec buys will Engineer to target growing recycling market

· Utility works locally to expand business

· Flexible package designed to cope with rising gas volumes

· Supply and Demand

· Dublin STW project underway



July 1995