edie feature articles on this day... for August 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in August 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996


August 2005

Case C- 364/03, Commission v Greece

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) delivered its judgement in the case of Commission v Greece on 7 July 2005.

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Digesting change

Monsal and United Utilities recently held a conference on advanced digestion technology. Aidan Cumiskey from Monsal reports on some of the key findings

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Who has the best reputation in .....CLIMATE CHANGE AND RENEWABLES

Climate change was identified as a key area where customers are going to need extra consultancy advice and assistance, so who has the best reputation for this particular sector?

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· Environmental Consultancy: A growth market?

· Royal opening seals success of Hampshire waste policy

· Technology Innovation winner cleans up on domestic front

· IPPC - who has best reputation?

· Odour and out

· Innovative circulation systems developed for in situ remediation

· Conditional discharge



August 2004

Clear Northern skies

Mike Deathridge of Casella ETi explains two cases where local authorities are measuring air quality and reporting on their performance to the public

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CSR and the art of reporting

Amongst fierce take-over battles and constant scrutiny from the media, Marks & Spencer have still found the time to produce their first CSR report. Along with what the company learnt from this process, Rowland Hill tells us about the past, present and future of sustainability reporting.

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Landfill Directive - handicap or opportunity?

The pervasive influence of the Landfill Directive, in respect of the new hazardous waste disposal regime, which extends right across the waste management sector, posing a potential threat to ELV recycling (see page 8), is being blamed as a negative influence on brownfield development by the RICS. H

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· The Carbon Disclosure Project: Round Two

· Environment Agency pledges to target waste crime

· Setting standards in concrete

· Technically speaking

· Probe into pipe integrity

· Recycling equipment offers new features and solutions

· Pontoon poised for action



August 2001

Wasteland reclaimed as canalboat marina

Edmund Nuttall Ltd is in the process of transforming a derelict site along the banks of the Grand Union Canal near Uxbridge into a 120-berth marina and nature reserve complex. This £3 million project was awarded to Nuttall by British Waterways, which owns the site and was keen t

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How significantly risky a business is managing contaminated land

In this edited paper by Adam Czarnecki and Sarah Dack of GeoDelft Environmental, the application of risk assessment in the management of contaminated land is reviewed within the context of requirements of recently introduced regulations applying in England and Scotland.

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The means to the end

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

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· Is insurance the solution to the brown field dilemma?

· Rehabilitation requires mixed approach

· Settling on the Flyde coast

· Light at the end of the tunnel

· Hoping for measured change

· Belgian plant finally gets the go-ahead

· Conserving water value for the long term



August 1996