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

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


September 2005

Builder beware

Richard Pawlyn looks at the potential environmental and financial pitfalls of Brownfield development, as well as an increasing interest in land-use history data

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Plant hirer supplies Case machine for Hounslow site

Civic communities through the UK are striving to make more efficient use of equipment to recycle a greater percentage of commercial and residential waste. The London Borough of Hounslow Waste Transfer Site - Spacway is one example of good management practice, where plant hire company John Hanlon & C

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Inspecting for contaminated land: avoiding the pitfalls

Peter Leonard, Associate, SLR Consulting Ltd, explains how to deliver Part IIA.

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· Sane in the membrane

· Soil Surgeries - The Doctor is in

· Power to the people

· Edie Environmental Legislation Summary (September 2005)

· Enter the dragon

· Builder beware

· Landowner rapped for moorland destruction



September 2004

Water in the spotlight

Barrie Clarke, director of communications at Water UK, comments on the Environment Agency's Spotlight report

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Deal breakers

James Stacey, head of the environment team at the KPMG Transaction Service, explains the importance of environmental due diligence in mergers and acquisitions

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Recycling & 'green' energy top the agenda

Meeting recycling priorities and developing sustainable energy are the key waste and environmental issues in Scotland as the Scottish Executive disburses funds for waste facilities across the country and Scotland plays a pioneering role in on- and offshore wind energy and marine generated power

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· Materials handlers focus on waste sector

· Waste industry invests to close facilities gap

· Silent genius - the world beneath our feet

· The OFR - better reporting?

· Competence regime can improve h&s management

· Waste industry acts to improve H&S performance

· Auditing asbestos



September 2001

Dennis Eagle launches new generation with curved 'benchmark' design for RCVs

Dennis Eagle is developing its existing range with the launch of a new, innovative design, Phoenix 2. The original Phoenix, pictured here, will continue to be processed

Dennis Eagle is officially launching this month what the UK specialist vehicle provider terms the next generation of refuse collection vehicles, in the curved shape of the Phoenix 2. This leading UK manufacturer sees the new vehicle, which incorporates innovative design, as its "most s

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Alternative fuels power the drive to combat atmospheric pollution

The drive to clean up atmospheric pollution in towns and cities is being stepped up on several fronts, at global, national and local government level - by setting increasingly stringent emissions standards - and also by the development of new technology offering alternative, environmentally

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Agency sets technical guidance on regulating clinical waste

New guidance on regulating clinical waste from the Environment Agency is aimed at aiding the public, healthcare providers and the clinical waste services industry as health and safety issues within the waste management sector are the subject of more stringent control. In this special featur

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· Oil companies: Future perfect or Carbon-dated?

· Double deck collection vans add big-time capacity

· Market Boost for green waste containers

· Tunnel vision check combines with atmosphere monitoring



September 1996