edie feature articles on this day... for October 2004, 2003, 2000, 1995

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in October 2004, 2003, 2000, 1995


October 2004

The long road

Environment Business talks to Steve Grosvenor about the pitfalls Environmental Transportation Systems faces getting a hybrid bus engine to market

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Worcester invests in recycling vehicles

The fast changing pace of refuse collection in the UK, stimulated in particular by the drive by local authorities to meet demanding national targets for recycling, is setting new trends in how recycling and transport managers deploy their specialist vehicle fleets, as the recent experience of the Ci

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Confronting corrosion issues

Jon Burke, marketing manager for Eutectic, looks at particularly high levels of corrosion that can occur in high temperature applications and offers various protection solutions

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· WCR takes innovative approach

· Recycling equipment leased through WRAP's RVG scheme

· Aftercare comes under the Agency spotlight

· Why the UK is 'Embracing the Revolution'

· Hitting ammonia consent levels

· Boost to tap water quality

· Cat launches gas-fuelled gensets



October 2003

Technically speaking

Black & Veatch's Frank Rogalla looks into the treatment of sewage overflows

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Treatment technologies in the mix

Contaminated land clean-up specialist, Celtic, explores the development of in-situ remediation technologies, and the importance of an integrated approach.

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Air today, gone tomorrow

Paul Farrington, managing director of Haden Drysys Environmental, reviews the changing regulatory issues relating to air pollution faced by metalfinishers.

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· Industry Experts Call for Remediation Trade Association.

· Regional power

· Membranes for wastewater recyling

· Going with the effluent flow

· How the Thames Gateway Seeks to Tackle Land Remediation

· Greening Brownfield and Contaminated Sites

· Regulations test industry's mettle



October 2000

CL:AIRE comes of age

CL:AIRE is 18 months old. The Contaminated Land: Applications in Real Environments Technology and Research Group has approved two technology demonstrations and one research project. The first demonstration, involving a field trial of low temperature thermal desorption (LTTD) technology, was reported

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Major operating lease specialist offers options in waste sector

Operating lease specialist to the waste and environmental sector, GE Capital - Key Lease, is based at Manchester which is the headquarters for Europe. The group has offices in France, Germany, the Nordic and Benelux countries, from where it is expanding its pan-European operations. Recently it launc

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ACT now

Field trials of a process that 'carbonates' contaminated soil - Accelerated Carbonation Technology, or ACT - got underway this month on the site of an old Astra fireworks factory in Dartford, Kent. A new business within Cement company Blue Circle, Blue Circle Land Remediation Systems, is working wit

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· The shape of things to come

· UN standard containers for clinical waste

· Trappings of success

· Towards a wireless world

· A case of long-term treatment

· WRc

· NFFO contracts fuel landfill gas power



October 1995