edie feature articles on this day... for July 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in July 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

July 2007

Edie Environmental Legislation Summary July 07

Recent changes to legislation which will impact on the environmental sector in the UK, Europe and internationally come under the spotlight in this Semple Fraser and Edie News monthly round-up of new law and policy. This month legislation covering Home Information Packs in the UK comes into force alo

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Spain must do more to protect birds

The Spanish government has been told it needs to provide more, and bigger, special protection areas to conserve its bird life.

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How to make a lean, green logistics machine

In partnership with NYK Logistics, car maker Ford has won awards for its environmental performance in its manufacturing operations. John Haven reports

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· Stylish ride inside low entry cab

· Kitchen waste option for Dennis Eagle Duo

· Spanish landfills closed

· Waste case clarifies export laws

· Climate Change Bill: An opportunity missed?

· Is competition healthy?

· Finding the green balance

July 2006

Elgressy reduces the Legionella factor

With 30 years of experience, Elgressy is a world leader in this highly controlled means of treating water without the need to transport, store and handle chemicals. Mark Eyre looks at the process benefits of Elgressy systems and draws on the experiences of the Bioma Foundation in Spain and other org

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Environmental Case Law Summary, July 06

Once again Edie News and Semple Fraser team up to bring readers the latest on legal cases which impact on environmental industries in the UK and Europe. Amongst the updates on offer in this month's roundup the EU ruffles feathers over firm approach to bird law, shipping companies put the UK in the d

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Biofuels: the sky's not the limit; it's the land

Biofuels may still have a bright future in Europe, despite the controversies surrounding them - but only if we get the regulation right, writes Pieter de Pous of the European Environmental Bureau.

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· A model design tool

· Let battle commence!

· Carbon trading will fail if it does not move forward

· Edie Environmental Legislation Summary, July 06

· Energy from biomass residues - the present opportunity

· Tender shake-up for LA procurement protocols

· Kerbside paves way for rise in compost quality

July 2003

Keeping it real

Paper manufacturer, M-real New Thames Ltd has implemented a number of strategies to reduce its impacts on the environment. Jason Rayfield visited the company’s New Thames Mill in Kent to find out more.

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From a watcher’s point of view

Mike Pearce of Envitech examines new innovations in wastewater plant monitoring and control.

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Capturing the moment

IEM reports on IETG’s ability to capture data manually or remotely from a multitude of potential contaminate sites.

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· The lie of the land

· Utilities follow the bus route

· Sewage treatment contract showcases expertise

· Primary considerations.

· Dial S for sustainability

· The true cost of waste

· A helping hand

July 1998

Partnerships: Walking hand in hand saves time and money

A recent survey suggests that construction companies that do not offer partnering frameworks could lose out on tenders. More than a third of respondents agreed that partnering offers the best solution to ensure that budgets are not exceeded.

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Pressing for consistent environmental liability laws

Despite its long and rocky start, European Environment Commissioner, Ritt Bjerregaard, is committed to introducing a directive on environmental liability which will make the polluter pay for environmental damage. Pamela Castle, head of environmental law at Cameron McKenna, looks at the legal basi

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Need to know basis

In Easter this year, the lives of tens of thousands of East Anglian people were dramatically affected by the worst flooding this century. If only they could have seen it coming…

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· Green taxes: experts debate the way forward

· Contracting post privatisation

· EQUIPed contractor continues to grow