Edie+ articles on this day... for September 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in September 2007, 2006, 2003, 1998

September 2007

Anthony Bennett reviews the developments in filtration and separation for the water and wastewater treatment unveiled at Filtech 2007
Closed loop on-site composting is an approach that hasn't yet reached its full potential, but one organisation in Yorkshire is looking to change that.
The government's approval of a £200M desalination plant in east London highlights its failure to secure the sustainable use of resources, writes CIWEM's executive director Nick Reeves
» Edie Environmental Legislation Summary September 2007
» Tankers tailored to fit all needs
» Opening up the path to better monitoring
» SUDS, floods, tunnels and solutions
» Teamwork makes pumping station upgrade a 'resounding success'
» Time to take stock
» How West London rose to the odour challenge


September 2006

Recent changes to legislation which will impact on the environmental sector in the UK, Europe and internationally come under the spotlight in this Semple Fraser and Edie News monthly round-up of new law and policy. Among the developments this month we look at EU attempts to limit POPs entering the w
Perpetuum has developed the first effective vibration energy harvesting microgenerator that makes wireless, battery-free sensors a reality. Yorkshire Water, along with the US Navy and a major international oil company, has been trialling the PMG7 high-performance microgenerator. We take an in-depth
From the threat of losing the Brownfield First policy to the changing climate caused by a wave of new legislation, this month's special report outlines key issues for the contaminated land industry, with comment and analysis from consultants and policy makers alike.
» Lessons from History
» Sold on a green approach
» MCerts: The fuller picture
» SWAT technicians licensed to swill
» Get to grips with your PFI options
» PPP project provides for Cartegena's poor
» Have your compost collections got bags of potential?


September 2003

Steve Fraser, principal consultant at RPS, discusses odour control and PPC.
Max Hall of WS Atkins describes the company's recently-launched carbon benchmarking tool which enables businesses to assess emissions performance
Odour management is a key part of Reading's new treatment works. Thames Water's senior consultant Ian Cranshaw and Dr Pat Coleman from Black & Veatch Contracting report
» The winner takes it all?
» Instrumental in approach
» Modelling on a record scale
» Sterilising and sorting municipal waste
» Time for a change
» Enveloping odour emissions
» Flame resistant


September 1998

Gaining planning permission for sludge incinerators can sometimes be difficult Sludge treatment and disposal has recently been a common discussion subject especially with only three months before the disposal of sludge to sea is banned and recent talks with retailers on what treatment is safe. Gary Wilson examines some of the issues concerning sludge treatment and disposal
As companies become increasingly aware of the impact of contaminated land and groundwater on their corporate liability, the demand for quality assured laboratory services, effective remediation contracting and accurate consultancy advice becomes more acute.
All processes in the BNR system at South Caboolture are carried out in a single reactor Graeme Anderson, Business Development Manager for Environmental Solutions International, describes the BNR activated sludge system, recently installed in Queensland's South Caboolture WwTP.
» Low footprint effluent treatment
» Mine drainage and landfill leachate treatment
» NY town chooses the FAST option
» Living with floods: a change of strategy in The Netherlands
» Septicity in sewage and sludge
» Infiltration insight
» Sludge treatment and handling scheme