edie feature articles on this day... for July 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in July 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996


July 2005

Case C-135/04 Commission v Spain

Following the recommendation of the Advocate General, issued on 7 April 2005, Spain has been pulled up by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for breach of the Wild Birds Directive (Directive 79/409/EEC).

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First Applied Sweepers 636 goes to Guildford


The first unit from Applied Sweepers new range of precinct/highway sweepers - the 636 High Speed Green Machines - on show at CIWM Torbay 2005, has been ordered by Guildford Borough Council. It will join the strength at Guildford in August.

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Bespoke training courses improve environmental performance


SMEs in the engineering, automotive and manufacturing sectors faced with their single most important challenge, the increasing need to demonstrate their commitment to environmental management within their organisations, can address these issues by using specialist training courses.

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· China embraces flood management modelling

· Resource efficiency course designed for environmental professionals

· Forthcoming cases

· Calling all energy intensive small & medium sized European companies: Are you maximising profit and minimising costs in this brave new Kyoto era?

· Case C-132/03 Reference for a preliminary ruling in the Codacons case

· Municipal strategies

· Making plans



July 2004

Seddon Atkinson launches first of new product range

Seddon Atkinson has emerged from last year's restructuring and the move of production from Oldham to Madrid with a planned programme of relaunches and new products and a commitment to maintain the "Big A" brand. Editor Alexander Catto reports.

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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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Focus on nitrification

Hans Wouters of Paques and Wesley Jones of Aquabio discuss the implementation of an ammonia removal system at a Somerset WwTW

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· Health environments

· Technically speaking

· Qualifications set the standards for competence in the waste sector

· Labour's failure

· Too Big A Bill!

· Biomass should be biomassive!!

· Battery power serves recycling and street cleansing



July 2001

Challengers sharpen competition in street sweeping marketplace

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

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Waste management industry sets up National Training Organisation

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

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Green-powered revolution needs to step on the gas

In 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

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· Innovation offers advances in loading and lifting sector

· Energy industry - growing back to its roots



July 1996