Edie+ articles on this day... for December 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in December 2010, 2009, 2006, 2001

December 2010

Skills training provider Develop Training has merged its water and gas operations to create a new dedicated Utility Division in response to market trends for multi-utility companies. The utility division has been developed over the past eight months, and has an emphasis on digital and on-site learni
Planning is under way for a US$244M (£156M), 1.2-mile tunnel system, pump station and enhanced high-rate treatment facility in Cincinnati, Ohio, that could reduce the mixture of sewage and stormwater that enters local waterways, improving the quality of life for the more than two million people livi
German firm Kramer Allrad has recently opened a new manufacturing facility in Pfullendorf to boost its telehander and wheeled loader portolio. Dean Stiles reports
» The case for change adds up
» WEEE regulations recast
» Conjet cleans up at Glenlee power station
» A big drop of ingenuity
» Olympian effort flows through
» Esholt trials AD pre-treatment technology
» Don't fall foul of flats, just house the right bin


December 2009

OSTARA NUTRIENT Recovery Technologies, the Vancouver company whose technology enables wastewater treatment plants to recover nutrients from wastewater and recycle them into an environmentally-safe fertiliser, has won its third major commercial contract in the US, at the Virginia-based Nansemond Wast
A rise in brownfield developments has increased the use of barrier piping. Even with the right pipes, however, contamination is still a risk from poor installation, says Richard Graty of GPS PE Pipe Systems
Contaminated land has been hard hit by the economic downturn but the future is looking strong for those who can ride out short term woes.
» Flow many reasons
» Chlorine? No problem
» Practical lessons for real-life jobs
» Small but perfectly formed
» Surprise as Thames chief Owens quits
» Challenges should not 'delay AMP5'
» Offers on table for Copenhagen likely to deliver 3.5°C rise


December 2006

Barnet Council has eliminated industrial-scale dumping and drastically reduced the number of smaller fly-tips in its borough over the past two years. Johnathan Schroder explains how
A fully automatic water conditioning system recently installed at the polar bear enclosure at Nuremburg Zoo in Germany has improved visibility for visitors, and safety for staff. Thilo Sporbert of German technology group Siemens' Automation and Drives division, explains how this complex system is li
A detailed analysis of the UK waste management market has been published in a new report. LAWR looks at what's driving the market and pinpoints key trends
» Edie Environmental Legislation Summary (December 06)
» Automatic for the people
» ALDI looks to Greenstar for cost stability
» Wallonia leads Europe in water management
» Court hears of state's failure on noise laws
» Cleaning up the smart way
» Dutch lead post-tsunami reconstruction in Indonesia


December 2001

Southern spent £2M developing new technologySouthern Water's capital investment plan begins to pay dividends
Five local authorities failed to carry out any inspections on polluting factories within their area at all, risking damage to the environmentNew government figures have revealed that 75 per cent of local authorities are failing to implement the UK's core air pollution regulations.
In the practical world of street sweeping you have to talk horse sense to get your message across. One leading manufacturer can cite two examples where cleaning up after the runners and punters has put its machines very much in the frame
» Education, education, education
» Ovoid digesters shape Fukuyama skyline
» Custom-built recycling plant handles construction site debris and waste
» Changing face of water utilities
» Groundwater vs. farming - meeting the needs of both
» Flexible solutions for emissions monitoring
» Creating the right environment for success