Edie+ articles on this day... for July 2011, 2010, 2007, 2002

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in July 2011, 2010, 2007, 2002

July 2011

Measuring a carbon footprint is a complex business, says Stuart Crisp of the Concrete Pipeline Systems Association (CPSA), especially when it comes to pipes
Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions from processes in five wastewater treatment plants, by researchers in France, has shown interesting results, says Frank Rogalla of Aqualia
Contractors look set to benefit from a multimillion windfall at Yorkshire Water, which plans to spend £400M between now and next April as it enters the second phase of its five-year £1.9B capital investment programme to improve its water and sewer network.
» Firms guilty over Legionella in water cooling system
» Opinion: David Symons of WSP on flood mitigation policy
» Using pumps as turbines to generate power
» Chip Conley
» Mandatory GHG Reporting: Why Supply Chain is Key
» Water runs deep
» Driving down energy costs


July 2010

A massive collaborative effort is under way to come up with new tools to help water companies manage their distribution networks more effectively. Tim Door, ABB's UK Water Industry Manager, explains
Tom Rowe has been named as the new managing director of Mouchel's Regulated Industries business stream, which provides design and operational management services to private and public organisations regulated by the Government in the water, energy, and environment sectors.
IntroWater companies could soon be hit with daily charges for digging up roads - and hefty fines for late completion of roadworks. Dean Stiles reports.
» A WEEELLY Happy Birthday
» The low-maintenance and accurate sonde of the future
» Breakfast cereal maker backs tree planting
» Jaguar Land Rover aims to cut vehicle impacts
» Steel giant keen to push the boundaries
» Mott helps with upgrade
» 'We want to go bigger and faster - it's never enough'


July 2007

The government's proposed Climate Change Bill promises great things but may lack real legal muscle. Peter McMaster reports
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
Paul Rice takes a look at the recent planning white paper and assesses the implications for future development of significant waste projects
» Faun sweeps in as Viajet makes UK debut
» Stylish ride inside low entry cab
» Specialist intervention techniques maintain the flow
» Is competition healthy?
» Lords look at prickly polluter pays case
» Welsh Water invests in activated carbon
» Clay beats PVC for green drainage


July 2002

In the highly active RCV market the big prizes offered by public and private sectors buyers to chassis and body builders, plus lifting equipment and accessory suppliers, continue to stimulate innovation and improvements across the board as LAWE reports in the latest of the Tracking Trends s
The new regime imposed under the 'Best Value' concept is proving a catalyst in promoting partnerships between local authorities and their suppliers on the municipal vehicles front, involving also the fast growing hire, rental and contract leasing sector. These service providers offer
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
» Probing technology minimises land risks
» Best solution for new Hong Kong island residents
» Performance comparisons
» Putting decommissioning on the map
» Seasonal tourist demand is met in Malaga
» Sweeper design drives to meet rising standards
» Making a critical assessment