edie feature articles on this day... for September 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in September 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004

September 2013

Is Wyke Farms leading a revolution of sustainable grocers?

Britain's largest family owned cheese maker Wyke Farms plans to lead the "green revolution in grocery" through its 100% green strategy which looks at energy, water and waste issues within the business. Leigh Stringer talks to managing director and third generation family member, Richard Cl

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Waste champion lauded as pioneering business woman

Creative director of WasteSolve Kate Cawley joins a growing band of women blazing a trail in the waste sector. Nick Warburton caught up with her

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Southern Railway sets out platform for smarter resource efficiency

One of the UK's leading train operators is looking to forge stronger networks in its sustainable ambitions, to leave a lasting legacy both on and off the tracks. Maxine Perella reports

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· In conversation with Bloomberg's Lee Ballin

· In conversation with UPS' Peter Harris

· Urban mining aims to redefine waste as an asset

· Environmental policy: making a call on the conferences

· In conversation with Bupa's Andrew Smith

· Intelligent efficiency: turning data and energy efficiency into valuable assets

· Dieter Helm: EMR will need full review to address issues

September 2012

Waking the sleeping giant of energy efficiency

Energy efficiency can play a major role in addressing the multiple challenges of improving energy security, reducing the environmental impacts and reducing costs to consumers, as well as creating economic growth and jobs, according to Steven Fawkes.

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VIDEO: The river's edge - a journey of transformation

The 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

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Truckin' waste: on the road to smarter delivery

Waste needs to be seen as a 60m tonne logistics challenge. But with big corporates now encroaching into this space, the days of skips and refuse vehicles may be numbered, warns Peter Jones

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· BSkyB: Switching on to sustainable broadcasting

· Recruiting for a zero waste landscape

· Shopping around for the best SuDS

· Woking food waste initiative is served up to flats and schools

· The big bottleneck on plastics packaging

September 2009

End of term report: Could we do better for the WFD?

The WFD's deadline for achieving its water management objectives is getting closer. But, says Chris Williams, Chief Operating Officer of Hydro International, recent flood activity has made us lose sight of the underlying concerns

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Community benefits

'Turbo-consumerism' is implicated in the worst economic crisis for generations. Barrie Clarke asks if it is time for a new definition of the consumer interest

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The price at the pump isn't the whole story

The myth that the price of plastic should correlate directly with the price of oil is a wide misconception, and one that needs to be debunked. Asset International's Dr Vasilios Samaras explains how other factors come into the equation.

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· The battle against bioaerosols

· Back to the future

· Dennis takes to the road for dual fuel

· Pipe management wins recognition for SEW

· Anglian Water clicks on to total visibility

· Sentinel keeps tabs on methane

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

September 2004

New kit to ensure compliance

Paul Fisher explains how a new immunodiagnostic testing kit will help the industry comply with future sewage sludge regulations

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Signal solves location problems for Bradford MDC

Air pollution monitoring for most large cities and towns now involves monitoring for traffic hot spots. Typically NOx is the pollutant measured (and sometimes particulates), but often the location for these hot spots allows very little space to locate any equipment, let alone a large air quality mon

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Recycling & 'green' energy top the agenda

Meeting recycling priorities and developing sustainable energy are the key waste and environmental issues in Scotland as the Scottish Executive disburses funds for waste facilities across the country and Scotland plays a pioneering role in on- and offshore wind energy and marine generated power

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· Pakawaste scores in new Arsenal stadium development

· Snowie Group invests in plant for expansion

· Scotland leads the way in biodiesel development

· Getting a complete picture on Brownfield land

· US expert warns against heavy increase in diesel vehicles

· The OFR - better reporting?

· EMS in the dock