Edie+ articles on this day... for September 2004, 2003, 2000, 1995

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in September 2004, 2003, 2000, 1995

September 2004

Homeport, a relatively young company on the UK market, has recently released a new version of its product/technology for the waste collection market, with particular applications in the collection of clinical waste. The essence of the service which the company has developed is a range of unattende
A major new £15 million Biodiesel Plant at Newarthill, near Motherwell, now half way through its construction, points the way to a "green" energy future. The new plant, which will be capable of producing 50 million litres of Biodiesel annually and provide nearly 5 % of Scotland's diesel needs, will
Lecturer DJ Newport at the University of East London reports on research into new forms of sustainable manufactured aggregate
» Doncaster installs air quality information system
» Capturing data
» Waste industry acts to improve H&S performance
» Getting a complete picture on Brownfield land
» Lex Transfleet 'chills out' for Cliniserve
» Pakawaste scores in new Arsenal stadium development
» Signal solves location problems for Bradford MDC

September 2003

What does the Crown Sludge Disintegration System have to offer?
With the existence of so many environmental awards and accolades, how can potential entrants determine their true value? Graham Sprigg finds out.
Wisconsin-based AG Gas claims to have achieved excellent results from its use of carbon dioxide emissions for open-field crop yield enhancement.
» It's a liability
» Following the odour pathway
» The winner takes it all?
» Keep it clean
» Enveloping odour emissions
» The crowning glory
» A den of advice and ingenuity

September 2000

By combining its calcified seaweed biofilter media with industrial-strength trickle filter technology, Hibernia hopes to bring new levels of sophistication to biological odour control.
Daphnia pulex - the miner's canary of aquatic pollutionWWT's technical editor, Peter Minting, looks at direct toxicity assessment.
Systems range from towers to tunnelsWindrow composting can be difficult to manage, but conditions in a closed system can be closely controlled. Sludge consultant Jim Walker makes a case for in-vessel composting.
» New specification for contaminated land data
» PVC: stepping out
» Ministry of Defence hands over assets
» Alternative technology offers cleaner air
» Integrated site remediation cleans up for store project
» Monitoring across large geographical areas
» Brickworks could make use of sludge

September 1995