Edie+ articles on this day... for December 2011, 2010, 2007, 2002

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in December 2011, 2010, 2007, 2002

December 2011

'Efficiency' makes good business sense, so a process that maintains the efficient operation of water treatment filters but also saves time and costs in doing so is worth investigating. Mouchel's Melanie Bright explains.
Streamlining the supplier base should only be done with care, says Carl Millington, director of utilities at Achilles.
CNBC's morning show Squawk Box host and Energy Opportunities ringmaster, Geoff Cutmore, writes for edie energy on the visions of three key thought leaders in delivering cleaner energy across the globe.
» Jaguar drives forward on innovation
» Top tips for environmental graduates looking to land their first role
» The best of the crop
» Canon tones up its environmental message
» Sam Caglione
» Optimising energy efficiency
» Samantha Heath


December 2010

The withdrawal of a big player from the regulated UK market and warnings by analysts of the negative effect on investment of over-regulation have added to the uncertainty within the UK water industry. Dean Stiles reports.
Yorkshire Water may have hit upon a pre-treatment technology for sludge digesters that reduces energy and increases gas production. On behalf of Eco-Solids International, Chris French explains the advantages
Rainwater harvesting is the perfect answer to the new standards for water consumption in sustainable homes, says Steff Wright, chairman of the Gusto Group and a member of the Rainwater Harvesting Association
» Develop merges gas and water training
» Don't let recycling gains fall by the roadside
» Every little helps: Tesco edges closer to zero
» Marching on: a presidential portrait
» Why Cancun is the place to be... for energy innovation
» Conjet cleans up at Glenlee power station
» A powerful push for phosphorus capture and recovery


December 2007

With scrap metal theft on the rise, valuable WEEE material is now being lifted from the waste stream across Europe - a problem which could soon hit the UK, warns Graham Davy
Many councils are failing to show their public what is happening to their waste. But automated sorting systems can address this problem, says Jonathan Clarke
The European micro-state of Luxembourg has been rapped for failing to implements laws on Integrated Pollution Prevention Control (IPPC).
» Energy-efficiency laws shake up property industry
» Tank bottoms get less crude
» Edie Environmental Legislation Summary December 2007
» Residents move to block waste plant
» Being green: A question of class
» GLA 'filters out' industry views
» New width for directional drilling


December 2002

Environmental consultant Georgina Spiro describes her duties as an environmental manager for one of the world’s largest rail transport equipment, manufacturing and servicing companies, Bombardier Transportation.
Ed Perry, a consultant with Golder Associates, specialising in waste management with specific emphasis on providing creative solutions for local government, looks at the successes and failures of three schemes designed to increase household recycling of waste.
With increasing demands on the planning system from Waste Strategy 2000, planning authorities are being asked to make finely balanced judgements on complex decisions against a backdrop of ever increasing public scrutiny. Alan Potter, Technical Director of the Waste and Resources Management Gr
» Engaging SME’s in Environmental Projects
» Climbing the ladder
» Stand out from the Crowd!