Edie+ articles on this day... for September 2012, 2011, 2008, 2003

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in September 2012, 2011, 2008, 2003

September 2012

The installation of a wetland plantThe team working on the rivers and wetlands of the Olympic Park, one of Europe's biggest greening projects, faced numerous challenges, explains Ruth Boyle of engineering consultancy Atkins
Brand leaders are demanding more recycled content in their packaging than reprocessors can deliver on, so what is causing this market failure? Chris Cullen attempts to find out
The grocery retail sector alone accounts for some 18.6m square metres of parking or vehicle movement areasThe design of supermarket car parks and other hard surfacing needs re-conceptualising with SuDS in mind, argues ACO Technologies research director Martin Fairley
» BSkyB: Switching on to sustainable broadcasting
» Waking the sleeping giant of energy efficiency
» Recruiting for a zero waste landscape
» Truckin' waste: on the road to smarter delivery
» Woking food waste initiative is served up to flats and schools

September 2011

Air Products director of hydrogen and bio-energy systems, Ian Williamson, writes exclusively for edie of his frustration at government funding and how it is holding up progress on his company's 49MW EfW
The big DIY chains are getting their houses in order when it comes to reducing packaging and improving waste management processes. Maxine Perella gives a progress report
Consumption of illegal drugs is a major fact of metropolitan life, says Frank Rogalla of Aqualia. But what happens when they leave the human body? European research provides some answers
» Compact treatment for 'Venice's Garden'
» Bioaerosols: managing the hidden risks
» Reaching the waste streams others can't reach
» Polperro outfall reaches final phase
» Through swell and high water
» Preventing fatalities must come first
» Islington goes retro with SUDS

September 2008

Recent changes to legislation which will impact on the environmental sector come under the spotlight in this Semple Fraser and Edie News monthly round-up of new law and policy.
Gaining certification for your product under the Quality Compost Protocol scheme need not be a struggle if you know what is required. Katie Owens offers pointers
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
» How to strike IT rich - a profile on Hewlett Packard
» Case study: Allen & York Slash Waste to Landfill Output
» Preparing for the big sewer transfer
» A broader voice for biowaste
» All you need, under one roof
» Getting a firmer grip on waste controls
» Self-cleaning filtration cuts bills and saves environment

September 2003

Norrie Hunter considers what may be in store for Scottish Water
With the existence of so many environmental awards and accolades, how can potential entrants determine their true value? Graham Sprigg finds out.
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
» Technically speaking
» Time for a change
» Following the odour pathway
» Industrial carbon dioxide emissions increase crop yield
» CRAFT presents a novel idea
» Mayer Parry case sheds new light on metal packaging waste definition
» Keep an eye on performance