Edie+ articles on this day... for August 2001, 2000, 1997, 1992

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August 2001

This case study from Argyll Public Sector Services of the development of a former landfill site illustrates the key role that the insurance industry can play in ensuring the effective regeneration of contaminated land
The ongoing pursuit of reducing running costs and guaranteeing an optimal quality/quantity ratio has led industrial end-users to increase installations of technologically-advanced equipment for the treatment of water utilised in on-site processes.
Over four days in July. 178 countries concluded a compromise to ensure a continuing of international efforts to address climate change. At the same time, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published Climate Change 2001, a 2,600-page, three volume tome detailing the evidence for cli
» Biosensors: from canaries to bacteria
» The environment - how much of a challenge is it to EU entry?
» Education, education . . .
» How significantly risky a business is managing contaminated land
» Deep tunnels finally reach Stonecutter
» Conserving water value for the long term
» Settling on the Flyde coast


August 2000

Environmental regulation of industry is cutting thousands of tonnes in emissions of substances that damage health and the environment, the Environment Agency reports, but continuing pollution failures by businesses across England and Wales are marring environmental gains it says.
Elaine Kearney poses the questions that metering experts at the National Engineering Laboratory (NEL) in East Kilbride have been considering recently.
The argument between commercial interests affected by the Packaging Waste Regulations and the Government over where target levels should be set, received renewed impetus last month with a call by leading compliance group, Valpak, for no increase in UK recovery targets next year.
» Initiative on show at Paignton parade
» Industry trains its sights on the future
» Ebb and flow
» Waste industry set for change
» The wood for the trees?
» Survey tracks trends in recycling
» A drain on resources


August 1997



August 1992