edie feature articles on this day... for July 2008, 2007, 2004, 1999

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in July 2008, 2007, 2004, 1999


July 2008

Anglian advances in the field

Anglian Water wanted to improve customer service and the efficiency of its 1,300 staff in the field. So it called in a management consultancy. Now staff no longer need to visit the office in the morning to get their jobs for the day.

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Greener guidance for Ofwat

Defra has launched a consultation on the draft statutory Social and Environmental Guidance to Ofwat as part of the Water Strategy. Merlin Hyman discusses the EIC's reaction to it.

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The word on everyone's chips

Computers are not going away any time soon, so what is major manufacturer Intel doing about minimising environmental impact? Quite a lot, discovers Tom Idle

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· The profits of true sustainability

· "Business is ready"

· Herbicides - Europe

· Waste - Europe

· Exploring the great outsource

· Seeing a C:LAIRE way to a definition of waste?

· Best use of your assets



July 2007

Southern Water scheme to clean up Kent coast nears completion

A £70M scheme will take sewage from Margate and Broadstairs in Kent, previously discharged into the North Sea, pump it 11km, and treat it at a new sewage works near Ramsgate. Dean Stiles reports on the challenging venture.

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Kitchen waste option for Dennis Eagle Duo

Dennis Eagle has teamed up with Terberg Matec to add a recycling pod for kitchen waste to its Duo vehicle

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Environmental Case Law Summary, July 2007

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. Among the cases this month the House of Lords rules on a prickly 'polluter pays' case, the British courts consider definitions of waste and Italy f

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· Spain must do more to protect birds

· Italy rapped over incinerator planning

· Eurotunnel and Hach Lange tackle groundwater monitoring

· Residents reassured during factory remediation

· Butt out in the nicest possible way

· Driving up quality for recycled tyres

· Hose pumps boost performance



July 2004

Too Big A Bill!

Liberal Democrat Energy Spokesman Andrew Stunell MP argues that the Government's Energy Bill is missing the point and costing the Earth

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Gearing up for the next AMP round

Examining the water industry's expenditure on valves and actuators in the lead up to AMP4

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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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· Analysis along the riverbanks

· Sampling in the driving seat

· Drawing on experience of BNR

· Can Africa, India and Asia Relieve the EU’s Biofuel Famine?

· Technically speaking

· Heil shows two stream Euro-Cycler at Torbay

· New concepts offer options in waste collection



July 1999

Sharing the burden of contractual responsibility

Lis Stedman describes how water industry contracts are set out, from partnering agreements and PFI deals in the UK, to turnkey contracts for overseas projects.

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KEECO wraps up heavy metals

Acid mine drainage - a long term issue addressed by KEECO's unique reagents and technologies.

KEECO (Klean Earth Environ-mental Company) is a relatively young environmental company specialising in the provision of a unique Silica Micro Encapsulation (SME) treatment process for the remediation of liquid and solid wastes contaminated by heavy metals or radionuclides.

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Petroleum remediation gel

In a recent in situ bioremediation project undertaken by Response Environmental Services, one company saved around 56% of its costs through opting for bioremediation as opposed to landfill.

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· A new framework for control

· A green focus on FTSE 350

· CLAIRE in the community

· Outsourcing predicted to increase during AMP3

· Fitting regulations for backflow technology

· Costain under contract to the water industry

· The liabilities of the land