Edie+ articles on this day... for October 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in October 2005, 2004, 2001, 1996

October 2005

Ashley's first role in the field was an energy internship at the UK Government's now-abolished Department of Energy and Climate ChangeThis series profiles the members of edie's 30 Under 30 - a nomination-based community of 30 hugely talented young sustainability and energy professionals who have already achieved great things or are showing fantastic promise. Next up: Ashley O'Neill, senior energy and compliance manager at Hilton.
According to PwC, the global economy could see a potential contribution of $15.7trn from AI by 2030With Google announcing a new £19m fund for businesses using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to address environmental and social issues, edie looks at nine projects that have already delivered notable benefits for business.
British Telecom saved £128 million last year - and lessened its impact on the environment - by eliminating unnecessary travel for meetings. Lesley King explains how it was done
» Meet edie's 30 Under 30 class of 2019: Matt Manning, Dixons Carphone
» Meet the Sustainability Leader: Sustainable Building of the Year - UBS
» Net-zero cities: Leeds's mission to be carbon neutral by 2030
» Meet edie's 30 Under 30 Class of 2019: Joshua Davies, Multiplex
» Meet edie's Sustainability Leader 2019: Janice Lao, The Hongkong & Shanghai Hotels
» Meet edie's 30 Under 30 Class of 2019: Agnes Altmets, Auto Trader
» Better Beer: Inside Molson Coors' $20m mission to climate-proof its supply chain

October 2004

Adrian Hawkes, director of strategy at Valpak, explores the problems that freeriders pose to the Packaging Waste Regulations
In a second exclusive for World Water, Anthony Bennett of Specialist Technical Solutions Ltd evaluates the use of ultrafiltration and micro-filtration technologies at a number of plants worldwide.
Over the past year, the UK wind industry has doubled in strength and size, yet its future still remains surrounded by increasing uncertainty. Alison Hill of the British Wind Energy Association (BWEA) sets the record straight.
» Recycling equipment leased through WRAP's RVG scheme
» Gulliver's builds on established base
» Confronting corrosion issues
» Bio-power fuels - an expanding bio-industry that challenges the Environment Agency. By John Nicholson of Bio-Power Ltd.
» Hitting ammonia consent levels
» Improving lifetimes of pumps
» Energy Storage - a distraction for renewable energy? By David Milborrow

October 2001

To get a picture of the problems facing the industry's suppliers and contractors, and how the situation can be eased, WWT spoke to Paul Mullord, commercial manager with British Water
A project under NATO's Science for Peace programme to develop monitoring and modelling data for the water quality management of two central European rivers is about to go live
UV treatment will be extended to include organic micropollutant destruction from municipal drinking water suppliesCanada-based Trojan Technologies Inc. (TSE/TUV) has entered into an agreement with N.V. PWN Water Supply Company North-Holland (PWN) to collaborate in the research, design, optimisation and installation of ultraviolet (UV) treatment systems.
» The color of money
» Bio-test monitors benzene emissions
» Energy management steps forward
» Sustainability: spotlight on construction
» Changing chromatographer
» Time to take the test
» What do you know?

October 1996