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

While safety is top of the list when specifying municipal tankers, big is still beautiful in the private sector. Whale Tankers has supplied a variety of customised vehicles to meet the increasingly demanding needs of the industry. Dean Stiles reports.
No one can be in any doubt that the UK's storm water drainage system is insufficient to meet the current and future demands. What is less certain is the best way to expand capacity. Alex Stephenson, David Schofield and Dr Ian Pallett of British Water's SUDS Focus Group examine issues that are holdin
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.
» Is bio-methane the greenest?
» Framework agreements - is the industry benefiting?
» Environmental Case Law Summary, September 2007
» It's never too late to innovate
» Teamwork makes pumping station upgrade a 'resounding success'
» Case sets standards for sentencing
» Monitoring optimises energy use


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
As the cost of land remediation soars, a significant development in field-based decision making has been rolled out. Tom Idle reports on the mobile environmental laboratory
KVZ retec GmbH v Republic of Austria (Case C-176/05)
» No-dig solution for Colombo's colonial sewers
» Valpak looks to send waste shortfalls packing
» Chambers transforming decentralised treatment
» The local leader
» Australian reservoir managers take up ARMS
» Tank cleaning - the undercover operation
» Ultrasonics uncovered


September 2003

Low Emission Zones could drastically reduce pollution in the UK's city centres, but political wrangling may leave them dead in the water. EBM investigates
MWH's Richard Norreys and Steve Kenney, and UU's Graham Squibbs and Luke Pearson look at applying urban pollution management methodology to a large CSO study programme
Ever wondered what happens to industrial wastewater after it goes down the drains? EBM looks at one sewage company's approach to effluent treatment
» WISARD spells out waste options
» The winner takes it all?
» Scenting change in odour control
» Enveloping odour emissions
» Technically speaking
» Sterilising and sorting municipal waste
» Carbon cuts make top of the league


September 1998

Figure 1: Interventions in the river and floodplain currently under consideration Frans Klijn and Jos Dijkman of WL/Delft Hydraulics describe the Dutch government's 'room for rivers' policy which aims to prevent flooding by 'building with nature.'
Al Taweelah B, Abu Dhabi Belgian group Tractebel Energy Engineering has completed performance monitoring at the halfway stage of the two-year guarantee period of the Taweelah B power generation and desalination project in Abu Dhabi. Alan George reports from Brussels.
A physical model of the infiltration zone Sef Philips of the NV Waterleidingmaatschappij Oost-Brabant (WOB), Ron van Megen and Francois van Ekkendonk (both of DHV Water) report on the Project Infiltration Maaskant (PIM) - a large scale water supply project which uses infiltration as a surface water treatment technique.
» Mine drainage and landfill leachate treatment
» Single reactor activated sludge system
» Septicity in sewage and sludge
» Burning and burying - dealing with sludge
» Low footprint effluent treatment
» Special feature: laboratory analysis
» Sludge treatment and handling scheme