edie feature articles on this day... for October 1999, 1998, 1995, 1990

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in October 1999, 1998, 1995, 1990


October 1999

Intake protection system designed by PPM

Pollution and Process Monitoring (PPM) has completed the design and installation of a new intake protection system at Anglian Water's Heigham WTW.

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Working at ground level

Groundwork is a national organisation of over 40 local trusts that provide practical support, training and advice to companies on environmental business issues. It is now ready to take its simple, but extremely effective, local strategies to another level, says Graham Duxbury, Groundwork's national

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Space-age Swansea plant complete with UV

Welsh Water's showpiece Swansea Bay STW has been opened by the minister for Wales, Alun Michael. Designed by Hyder Consulting and OTV Birwelco, the plant has been praised by environmental groups, including Surfers Against Sewage.

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· Save with steam

· Watching the skies

· Save with steam

· US public-private water contracts lead the way

· Cost-effective odour control in pressurized sewers

· Management by measurement

· Will the developing world face a Y2K disaster?



October 1998

Tanker hire brings 25 percent saving.

When a number of the waste-carrying tankers owned and operated by South West Water Services Ltd (SWWSL) came up for renewal, the company took the opportunity to re-assess its transport requirements, with bottom-line cost a vital factor. Not only vehicle specifications came under scrutiny: the co

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How much is that river in the window?

Following a disagreement over abstraction, the River Kennet was valued at £700,000 and £13.6 million. RAJ Arthur examines the Kennet situation and asks what could this mean for other rivers.

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From the mountains to the city: Vienna's drinking water lifeline

The uninformed observer could be forgiven for thinking that Vienna gets its drinking water from the River Danube - an integral part of the city for centuries. Instead, 97% of the city's water comes directly from the Styrian and Lower Austrian Alps nearly 200km away via two long-distance mains, an

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· Sewer aeration breaks new grounds

· Sustainable wastewater management in Vienna

· Specialised equipment plays major role in landfill site construction and operations.

· "Best Value" set to boost private sector role in financing equipment for LA market.

· Ireland's largest water tower stands tall

· From out of thin air

· Data mining for water industry applications



October 1995



October 1990