edie feature articles on this day... for July 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in July 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997


July 2006

EU to get tough on bird law

The European Commission has announced that it has taken the first steps in raising infringement proceedings against a number of Member States regarding implementation of the Wild Birds Directive and the Habitats Directive.

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Residents kick up a stink over burning rubber

An appeal by residents who object to waste tyres being burned to fire kilns at a Rugby cement factory has been dismissed by the courts.

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Portable water testing range launched

CSO Technik Camlab of Cambridge has launched the Camlab Water range of hand-held, portable and laboratory meters for the routinely measured parameters in potable, process and waste waters.

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· Elgressy reduces the Legionella factor

· Validity of ship pollution law questioned

· Macedonia develops distribution master plan

· Environmental Case Law Summary, July 06

· Glass firm's hopes shattered

· A model design tool

· Celebration time for Gee



July 2005

Northern Municipal opts for Aquazura street washers


Street cleansing is big business for local authorities wishing to maintain a clean, attractive outside space for residents and visitors. Northern Municipal Spares (NMS) Ltd, which has a number of cleaning vehicles available for short and long-term hire to local authorities, recently added a numb

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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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Case C-6/04 Commission v United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

An Opinion was recently issued by the Advocate General (AG) in Case C-6/04 Commission v UK.

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· Energy efficiency can only be achieved if we enforce the law

· Taking the waters

· Time to deliver

· Case C- 282/02 Commission v Ireland

· FAUN builds in load sensing technology

· Meeting our energy needs for the 21st Century

· Case T-158/03 Spain v Commission



July 2002

The science of selling science

Southern Water is expanding its laboratory services by re-entering the commercial market. New technology is being used to meet the legistlative demands on its growing client base

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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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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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· Making a critical assessment

· Probing technology minimises land risks

· Rising to the challenge

· Best solution for new Hong Kong island residents

· New applications for flotation technology

· Remediation: it's all in the technique

· Eager to be legal



July 1997

Innovative design concepts aim to sweep up in pavement sector

The competitive market in the UK for pavement sweepers has seen a new entrant in the form of the Schmidt

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Practical contaminated land management: methods of remediation

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