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

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July 2005

Smith & Nephew was founded in 1856 and has grown to become a market leader in the endoscopy, orthopaedics and advanced wound management sectors. It now operates in 32 countries, employs over 7000 people and generates annual sales of £1.2 billion.

The CIWM show at Torbay once again attracted the latest developments in RCV technology with Seddon Atkinson lining up its full range of waste and recycling vehicles
All new homes are expected to meet basic energy efficiency standards. But, as Andrew Warren of the Association for the Conservation of Energy reports, nearly half of all builders are breaking the law and failing to meet basic requirements.
» Desalination solution for freight harbour
» Plain insanity
» Municipal strategies
» Case C-135/04 Commission v Spain
» Case T-158/03 Spain v Commission
» Nilfisk-Advance adds road sweeper range
» Keeping cool


July 2004

Shadow environment minister Richard Ottaway sets out what he says is a catalogue of failures by the Labour government
caption for this imageGovernment policy focuses overwhelmingly on wind and neglects other valuable renewable sources. Here, Gaynor Hartnell, Director of Policy, at the Renewable Power Association discusses the potential of biomass to help meet energy needs.
Stirling Council, impressed with the performance of the 12 bespoke mini-articulated recycling trucks recently supplied by Corby-based Traiload, part of King Highway Products Ltd, has now taken delivery of three, 7.5 tonne rigid recycling trucks to enhance its successful kerbside collection scheme.
» Heil shows two stream Euro-Cycler at Torbay
» Seddon Atkinson launches first of new product range
» New developments in sweeping parade at Torbay show
» Health environments
» Sampling in the driving seat
» Open University options reflect waste industry multi-disciplines
» Focus on nitrification


July 2001

Electric power offers an option at the lower end of the vehicle market: Ransome has introduced the new versatile XI-875 burden carrierIn the latest of LAWE's series of Tracking Trends Supplements, freelancing specialist writer; Mike Gerber, who was formaly editor of Waste Transport and Deputy Editor of the Waste Manager, reviews developments in the marketplace and runs the rule over equipment in this sector on show at this year's
The waste management sector has made a major advance in the training of staff in the industry with the announcement at Torbay that a new National Training Organisation - WINTO - is being launched. In a special report for LAWE, Pat Jennings, waste management journalist and a former Edi
Schmidt's In a specially commissioned contribution for LAWE's Street Cleansing feature, freelance specialist writer, Mike Gerber, formerly Editor of Waste Transport and Deputy Editor of The Waste Manager, reports on new developments in equipment on show at the recent IWM Torbay exhibition which promi
» Energy industry - growing back to its roots
» Innovation offers advances in loading and lifting sector


July 1996