edie feature articles on this day... for September 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in September 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001


September 2010

Purchase boosts Mott presence Down Under

Engineering, management and development consultant Mott MacDonald has expanded its operations in Australia having bought independent employee-owned Sydney and Canberra-based consultant Hughes Trueman. The company has also opened offices in Adelaide and Melbourne.

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Success for final effluent quality trial

A pilot project in Bournemouth has demonstrated the capability of the Intellisonde FM in final effluent monitoring. Tony Halker, chief executive of Intellitect Water, explains what was involved

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Pump renovation project’s a Hull of an achievement

When AxFlow maintenance engineers were called in to restore the huge and historic drainage pumps at the East Hull pumping station, they were given a tight timeframe. But the challenging project was completed on target.

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· Log on for electronic savings

· Ofwat: major shake-up promised

· How to keep your site smelling sweet

· Food for thought: the Oldham experience

· How to put a stop to contaminated water

· Cat has got the purrfect solution for misting needs

· Scottish Water: no status change, says government



September 2009

Tunnel project boosts Balfour

BALFOUR BEATTY, the international engineering, construction, investment and services proup, has announced that Gammon Construction, the infrastructure contractor in Hong Kong in which the group has a 50% shareholding, has won a £300M contract from the Hong Kong government to build a sewage conveyanc

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Back to the future

Re-inventing CSOs and implementing SUDs are key to meeting WFD challenges. Professor David Balmforth, technical director of MWH, explains why

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Ford MRF gets off to a flying start

The largest meccano set on the south coast - that's how Viridor is describing its new high-tec MRF which made a breezy entrance down in West Sussex. A windswept Phil Mellows attended the opening

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· Community benefits

· Charging up for an electric ride

· Carbon Reduction Commitment 'could stamp out demand' for renewables

· Sentinel keeps tabs on methane

· Pump down the volume

· Dennis takes to the road for dual fuel

· Pipe management wins recognition for SEW



September 2006

Self-help improves supplies in rural Uganda

A recently completed study into rural water self-help initiatives in Uganda has identified considerable household- and community-level improvements to rural water supplies, and significant potential for encouraging further implementation of self-supply initiatives. Professor Richard Carter of the UK

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Environmental Case Law Summary, September 06

Once again Edie News and Semple Fraser team up to bring readers the latest on legal cases which impact on environmental industries in the UK and Europe.

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A polished solution

Virotec provides tailored technology for the treatment of water and waste across a broad range of industries. General manager Simon Tillotson reports

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· Valpak looks to send waste shortfalls packing

· The question of chlorine

· In-vessel solutions: the people's choice

· Driving recovery levels up for ELV compliance

· Mekong modelling project benefits SE Asia

· MCerts: The fuller picture

· Why developers must build in waste planning



September 2001

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

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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Oil companies: Future perfect or Carbon-dated?

There can be no doubt that the products provided by oil companies are essential for today’s economy, what about the prosperity of the future? Are huge oil corporations blindly grabbing the Earth’s non-renewable resources as fast as possible for maximum short-term profit, or are serious thought and

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· Tunnel vision check combines with atmosphere monitoring

· Agency sets technical guidance on regulating clinical waste

· Double deck collection vans add big-time capacity

· Market Boost for green waste containers