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

Solution installed to cope with success


A scheme to collect household plastic bottles for recycling, in Hyndburn, East Lancashire quickly turned into a headache for Waste Services Manager, Steve Riley when it became increasingly successful. With initial funding from DEFRA to supply and install a small MRF at the Council's recycling ce

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Tertiary treatment of wastewater for reuse in China

TETRA DeepBed(tm) tertiary filtration system.

Wastewater reuse is an important and economically efficient way to save water in water deprived regions of northern China. Jeffrey J Chen, Pacific Rim sales manager at Severn Trent Services, reports on a project that involves tertiary treatment of wastewater for reuse.

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Case C-83/03 Commission v Italy

The ECJ issued its judgement in the case of Commission v Italy on 2 June 2005.

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· Case C- 282/02 Commission v Ireland

· Garwood shows wide range of waste & recycling vehicles

· On the horizon

· Seddon Atkinson displays full range at CIWM show

· Piaggio Porter specialist range offers electric option

· But is it waste?

· Angus opts for Heil Powerlinks in fleet renewal



July 2004

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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Azura compacts sweep Swindon

Swindon Services, which is responsible for keeping the town's street and pedestrian areas clean and tidy, as part of its planned equipment replacement programme has recently acquired three Azura sweepers.

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Johnston 'Beams' in on airport operations

Johnston Sweepers, which bowed out of an appearance at the CIWM Torbay show this year, has big plans for the autumn with the expected introduction of new models as activity continues on a wide front, from a healthy market for the group's specialist big sweeper range, Johnston Beam, to expanding bus

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· Sampling in the driving seat

· Stirling opts for rigid kerbside collection vehicle

· Dennis Eagle rolls out one thousand Elite 2 cabs

· Too Big A Bill!

· Satellite refuse collector provides compaction

· Sorting out CS2

· Health environments



July 2001

Innovation offers advances in loading and lifting sector

Special correspondent Mike Gerber reports on the latest developments in RCV chassis, bodies and lifters, many of which were unveiled at the recent Torbay 2001 Exhibition. Innovation across the board offers local authority and private sector fleet managers an ever-widening choice of chassis and equip

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Energy industry - growing back to its roots

Fibrothetford 38.5MW of power hidden in a Norfolk forest (Fibrowatt)

Bioenergy, a diverse array of renewable energies derived from plant or animal matter, first used by the forebears of Homo sapiens at least one and a half million years ago, is making a comeback as a highly sophisticated solution to our energy problems. Not only that, but bioenergy is also pr

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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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· Challengers sharpen competition in street sweeping marketplace

· Green-powered revolution needs to step on the gas



July 1996