Edie+ articles on this day... for September 2017, 2016, 2013, 2008

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in September 2017, 2016, 2013, 2008

September 2017

To date, 868 tonnes of coffee has been collected through the initiative to be transformed into biomass pelletsStriking a partnership with coffee waste collectors Bio-Bean enabled Network Rail to make steps in reducing waste at its station, and also got retailers and staff to boost coffee collection to be used for renewable power.
Stora Enso expects two-thirds of energy consumption at its mills to come from biomass derived from burning wood barkA new multi-million-euro investment looks set to transform packaging firm Stora Enso into a renewable materials company and the largest global producer of a low environmental impact timber solution to replace steel and concrete in construction projects.
The Waterside campus will have 100% of its heating and hot water needs served by the new energy centre by using woodchip biomass and gasA state-of-the-art new campus at the University of Northampton has embraced a renewable energy solution through a £6.5m energy centre which incorporates woodchip biomass boilers and a combined heat and power (CHP) system.
» Building the story: How Mars got boardroom buy-in for its $1bn sustainability strategy
» In practice: Amsterdam ArenA's EV battery storage system

September 2016

Andrex has a key role to play in engaging employees, customers and consumers to take action on the global sanitation crisisKimberly-Clark's head of sustainability for EMEA Tom Berry explores how some of the world's most intractable development issues, such as increasing access to education and improving sanitation, require effective behaviour change programmes to create real progress.
The average green building uses 25% less energy and 11% less water than a traditional structureKicking off edie's 'green buildings month' of editorial content, World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) chief executive Terri Wills argues it is time to change our perspectives on the buildings we use every day, and start seeing them as an integral part of the solution to global warming.
The Bangladesh Accord was introduced to ensure tragedies like the Rana Plaza building collapse of 2013 don't happen again Three years on from the Rana Plaza tragedy, edie's Matt Mace speaks to the executive director of the Bangladesh Accord Rob Wayss on why the seemingly "slow movement" of improving safety standards in the country shouldn't take away from the "unprecedented progress" shown by willi
» The best retailers for the world: Driving responsible retail and one-planet prosperity
» The story of Roermond: How Smurfit Kappa is making the circular economy a reality

September 2013

The Government's Energy Market Reform (EMR) is supposed to "solve our energy problems" but is it a solution for the next 25 years and is it going to make sure that we achieve our low-carbon transition, keep the lights on and ensure prices are affordable? Leigh Stringer talks to professor o
We need to recognise urban wastes as assets and resources to be reused, recycled and recovered - and this requires some mental digging, argues Chris Coggins
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
» In conversation with Bupa's Andrew Smith
» In conversation with Bloomberg's Lee Ballin
» Waste champion lauded as pioneering business woman
» Environmental policy: making a call on the conferences
» In conversation with UPS' Peter Harris
» Intelligent efficiency: turning data and energy efficiency into valuable assets
» Southern Railway sets out platform for smarter resource efficiency

September 2008

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
If a plant has to deal with several manufacturers after a component part of a pump is faulty or has failed, the resultant confusion can lead to costly downtime. Lee Tebbatt explains the benefits of getting pump spares from one source.
Groundwater protection was a particular concern in transporting wastewater near the Croatian capital of Zagreb. Austrian pipeline specialist Hobas found the solution, writes Eduard Hesky of the company
» Court rules on legal status of leaking sewage
» Do local results for air quality stack up?
» A lighter shade of green - what does ethical investment entail?
» How to strike IT rich - a profile on Hewlett Packard
» Growing up the hard way
» Edie Legislation Summary September 2008
» Following protocol: how to climb in status