Edie+ articles on this day... for October 1999, 1998, 1995, 1990

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October 1999

John Mills, director of corporate affairs for Shell UK Ltd, at a renewable energy conference last year said: "Market liberalisation - deregulation - is worldwide and growing. London Water is marketing gas in the capital! And this trend is likely to continue."
Odour control at Tung Chung involves the dosing of pure gaseous oxygen into the sewer immediately downstream of the pumping stationWhat are the options for controlling odour during sewage pumping? Gary Hoyland of Mott MacDonald details the reasons why a dual dosing regime, using both oxygen and nitrate dosing, has been employed in Hong Kong.
Pollution and Process Monitoring (PPM) has completed the design and installation of a new intake protection system at Anglian Water's Heigham WTW.
» Save with steam
» Working at ground level
» Will the developing world face a Y2K disaster?
» Save with steam
» US public-private water contracts lead the way
» Watching the skies
» Chemical partners


October 1998

The right surface protection can prevent corrosion for at least 15 years. Wastewater treatment facilities, primarily constructed from concrete, often require some form of surface protection to increase resistance to corrosion caused by chemical attack. Piers Bradbury and Steve Davies of KCH Keramchemie (UK) discuss the need for corrosion management in wastewater treatm
Laying pipeline for destratification aerators at King George IV reservoir, London Despite few reports of toxic blue-green algae this year, research into their ecology and control continues unabated reports Peter Minting.
New dennis Eagle Elite cab with Over the next few weeks Dennis Eagle is starting to fit its latest piece of computer technology - the Eagle Brain - to all its refuse vehicles made at the company’s manufacturing facility at Warwick.
» Data mining for water industry applications
» The new Vienna River
» From the mountains to the city: Vienna's drinking water lifeline
» Ireland's largest water tower stands tall
» From out of thin air
» Compressed air control system cuts energy costs
» Tanker hire brings 25 percent saving.


October 1995



October 1990