Edie+ articles on this day... for September 2008, 2007, 2004, 1999

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in September 2008, 2007, 2004, 1999

September 2008

The UK's largest sustainable urban drainage system has been ten years in the making. Paul Brocklehurst of Catesby Property Group explains how the system has been effective in making this waterlogged land suitable for development
Aviation features high on the environmental most-wanted list. And, as the airline industry is predicted to treble by 2030, this is not wholly unreasonable. But differences remain over how best to curb its emissions, writes Mike Scott
Every day brings a tsunami of press releases from PR companies trumpeting about the green triumphs of their clients. Tom Idle dons a life jacket, wades in, and tries to locate the truth among all the greenwash
» Do local results for air quality stack up?
» Following protocol: how to climb in status
» In and outs of confined spaces
» Growing up the hard way
» The pursuit of fairness
» Weathering the storm
» Plastic fantastic as bottle plant closes the loop


September 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.
A renewable energy project is about to be built off the coast of Cornwall. Wave Hub could generate power for 7,500 homes, and save thousands of tonnes of CO2

When one of Northumbrian Water's largest wastewater treatment plants needed upgrading it was going to be fraught with possible problems, especially given the proximity of public amenities. Rigorous planning, strategic safeguards and smooth teamworking were vital to ensure this important project avoi
» Climate change bill: A closer look
» Environmental Case Law Summary, September 2007
» How West London rose to the odour challenge
» Bristol leads by example
» Halting the march of Legionnaire's
» Environmental permits: what you need to know
» Time to take stock


September 2004

Small businesses still aren't getting with the green programme. Peter McCrum asks why
Miles Davis, Consultant Scientist, WRc
Contaminated land is rarely out of the news. A study led by English Partnerships recently estimated that there are some 66000 ha of Brownfield sites in the England and Wales; a figure that is growing each year, with only a few thousand ha brought back into
Black & Veatch's Frank Rogalla looks at chloramination in the water industry
» Snowie Group invests in plant for expansion
» Water in the spotlight
» Capturing data
» Silent genius - the world beneath our feet
» US expert warns against heavy increase in diesel vehicles
» Making best use of the nation's scarce supply of land
» EMS in the dock


September 1999

In 1989, a growing population prompted the City of Logan in Utah, USA to look at expanding the efficiency and capacity of its wastewater treatment facility.
Europe's first electronic trading facility for Packaging Recovery Notes (PRNs) and recyclable commodities, The Environment Exchange, has been on-line for more than nine months. What are the options for the future? IEM talks to the Exchange's founder and managing director, Angus Macpherson.
Dr Alan Heyworth of TEG Environmental argues for an alternative to windrow composting, which he claims will result in a more consistent end-product.
» Improved efficiency requires cultural change
» Lessons in keeping a low wastewater profile
» American water dreams inspire a French revolution
» High-tech emission control
» Millennium-friendly bug
» Crypto under the microscope at Anglian Water
» IPPC: in the pipeline