edie feature articles on this day... for August 2003, 2002, 1999, 1994

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in August 2003, 2002, 1999, 1994

August 2003

Reaching for the sky

Following some 12 months of planning, an investment of over £100,000, and extensive discussions with trade associations and consultants, environmental specialist Enviro Technology Services (ETS) has announced the introduction of a range of training courses for those involved in the fields of air qua

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Handling flow information

Hydro-Logic's Rod Hawnt and Alec Willis on flow data management

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Technically speaking

Black & Veatch's Frank Rogalla looks at UV disinfection of potable water

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· Maesteg washery gets cleaned-up

· Digging deep for the hole truth

· Changing fashion or fashioning change?

· Maesteg washery gets cleaned-up

· Living with the Code

· Having a blast

· Agency probes health risks from petroleum hydrocarbons

August 2002

Recycling materials sectors promote initiatives

The major recycling sectors have continued their campaigns in recent months aimed at increasing the level of recycling across the country.

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WRAP targets key sectors to boost recycling

WRAP - the Waste Resources Action Programme - set up by the Government to transform the nation’s poor performance in recycling, has got off to a flying start with momentum building in recent months to stimulate activity over key sectors in recycling materials. LAWE reports on the stream of initiati

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Smaller degree of uncertainty

Dr John Duffy considers the importance of accurate open-channel flow measurement and the best practice for instrumentation accuracy as identified by Pulsonic Technologies

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· Taking control of asbestos at work

· Paving the road to waste recovery

· Technically speaking

· Paul Haywood looks at techniques available for pipeline renovation

· Beating corrosion naturally

· Smart steps to sustainability

· Local authorities gear up to meet the challenge

August 1999

Implements and tools

The Pollution Prevention and Control Bill, having last month received Royal Assent, is now an Act of Parliament. In the second of IEM's reports on IPPC, the European Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Directive, we turn to UK implementation and regulation.

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Sweet success for TOC/TN analyser

The Shimadzu TOCN-4100 on-line total organic carbon (TOC) and total nitrogen (TN) analyser has successfully completed a trial at one of Europe's largest sugar processing plants.

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Training needs a cert

Pressure on the Institute of Environmental Management (IEM) to independently assess environmental management training from both training organisations and members alike has been steadily mounting. A year ago it became clear that it had to act, as Michelle Hocking, manager of professional development

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· How to meet EU lead standards by 2003

· EA to step up enforcement of flow regulations

· Securing employee motivation

· Severn Trent spends £18M on flagship STWs

· Pipe-jacking helps preserve Welsh SSSI

· Optimising burner/ boiler operation

· Zapping toxic organics

August 1994