Edie+ articles on this day... for November 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in November 2013, 2012, 2009, 2004

November 2013

The John Lewis Partnership is exploring a pay-by-weight model for its waste collection activities in a bid to gather more accurate data that will inform its sustainability strategy
In this week's 'In conversation', edie speaks to one of the company's leading innovation in 3D design, engineering and software. Autodesk's head of sustainability solutions, Emma Stewart, talks about the next steps in sustainable innovation.
Liz Gyekye presents the 2013 waste industry highlights across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and offers a sneak preview of what's in store for 2014


November 2012

The Green Economy Team at the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) sets out a clear business case for kitting out a new generation of skilled workers in sustainable resource management
Social and environmental responsibility is the foundation upon which French shoe and accessory manufacturer Veja built its business from the outset - with considerable success, going from manufacturing 5,000 pairs of shoes to 125,000 pairs in just six years.
Waste authorities need to be wary of contractors offering too good a deal when outsourcing their services or it will be the tax payer who loses out in the end, argues Paul Langham
» Is it time to come clean on SRF?
» Checking in for a greener stay
» Inspiring Europe to an energy efficient future
» Taking stock of climate change
» Vancouver's green ambitions


November 2009

Our annual consultancy survey has been a valuable resource for a number of years but it has received a major revamp for 2009 to improve accuracy and integrity yet further and make it even more relevant to our users.
With powerful microprocessing and improved echo recognition, ultrasonic level instruments are essential for today's water industry applications, says Peter Ward.
The European Commission's Water Framework Directive has been hailed as the most significant piece of water legislation in more than 20 years, changing the legal framework for waters across Europe. Ian Rippin, from the National Laboratory Service, explains how it will work
» Keep the water flowing
» Submersed efficiency
» Copenhagen should not ignore gender divide
» How to attract the top talent
» Water data on tap
» Pacific islanders call for binding climate agreement
» CARBON REDUCTION COMMITMENT


November 2004

As SAP unveils its new emissions management application, Peter McCrum takes a closer look
In the first public consultation of its kind, the World Bank (WB) recently held a series of international workshops to discuss the issues surrounding the proposed Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Power Project (NT2) in the Mekong river basin.
Pakistan has approved its first ever national water policy including the complete reorganization of institutions and the formation of a permanent National Water Council (NWC) to take decisions on water issues and inter-provincial conflicts.
» NPL service provides high-tech air quality measurement
» Case Study on the use of ferric dosing in Cranleigh by Watson Marlow
» New build homes on 'brownfield' sites near 70%
» Innovative membrane technology for potable water production in the Channel Islands, by Jack Noble, Managing Director at Zenon Environmental (UK) Ltd.
» Courts pass landmark judgements on contaminated land
» ETS - in or out?
» Looking good and smelling good