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November 2005

The European Commission has given its judgement in the case of Commission v UK (Case C-6/04).
The upcoming Water Framework Directive is forcing
Makers UK has developed a solution to aggressive acid attack on WwTW assets
» FAUN shows wide recycling range at RWM 2005
» Olfactometry laboratory provides odour surveys and analysis
» Blended value
» The Environment Business Interview
» Edie environmental case law summary November 2005
» The fear of carbon
» Digital leak location cuts noise


November 2004

Rob Bell talks to Northern Ireland environment minister Angela Smith MP about the progress being made in the province
Water reuse and protection of water supplies are currently hot topics of discussion. Here, Malcolm Hallsworth of WWT outlines some reuse strategies of Veolia Water's Bruce Durham
table 1By Phil Wildbore, WRc Utilities

Since privatisation, water and sewerage utilities in the UK have been able to deliver almost year-on-year reductions. This applies to both the risk of properties flooding, and also to the actual incidents.

» Poland tackles its sewer pipe problems
» Looking good and smelling good
» Technically speaking
» Tapping into SAP
» Case Study on the use of ferric dosing in Cranleigh by Watson Marlow
» New build homes on 'brownfield' sites near 70%
» New build homes on 'brownfield' sites near 70%


November 2001

Microwave-induced pyrolysis separates laminates in cartons (left) into their aluminium and hydrocarbon components (middle and right)Pyrolysis is one of the principal routes for recycling plastic wastes. In such a process both the calorific and chemical values of the plastic are recovered, as opposed to incineration in which the chemical value of the polymer is completely lost. Most research and development on pyrolysis
One of Humberside Police's LPG patrol cars at a refuelling point (courtesy 
        Humberside Police)In an attempt to counter the fact that in 6,000 miles a conventional car produces roughly its own weight in carbon dioxide, a new climate-friendly company car tax regime based on carbon dioxide emissions is being introduced to the UK by the Inland Revenue on 6 April 2002. How
One florescent lamp contains enough mercury to pollute 30,000 litres of water, yet they are regularly sent to landfill.
» Agency aims to extend MERTS scheme to cover chemical testing of soils
» Certain things should help
» Guidance aids local authorities to meet their contaminated land responsibilities
» Looking after the grey matter
» Enhanced thermal conduction remediates petroleum hydrocarbon pollution
» Producer responsibilty and electrical waste: a case of deja vu?
» Sand, gravel and rock, with some exceptions...


November 1996