edie feature articles on this day... for December 2012, 2011, 2008, 2003

Take a trip into the past and see what feature articles were in published in December 2012, 2011, 2008, 2003


December 2012

Stakeholder Engagement Winner: Sony FutureScapes

"FutureScapes isn't about predicting the future or developing next year's product line up, it's about getting better at imagining the possibilities - together."

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Energy Efficiency Winner: Sainsbury's

Utilities are Sainsbury's single largest controllable cost after wages, which is why recognising best practice in energy efficiency is a critical part of the organisation's management strategy

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IEMA Graduate Award Winner: Lorna Pilbin

This year, for the first time, the IEMA Graduate of the Year award was presented at the Sustainability Leaders Awards.

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· Waste & Resource Management Winner: Nextek

· Sustainable Building Winner: P+HS Architects

· Sustainability Communications Winner: The Co-operative Group

· Sustainable Transport Winner: London 2012

· Waste Management: Food & Drink Winner: Sainsbury's

· Sustainability Leader Winner: Dale Vince, Ecotricity

· Front runners in solid recovered fuel



December 2011

Climate change and population growth spurring on Anglian Water

Sustainability has become key to Anglian Water's investment decision-making as it looks to minimise environmental impacts

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Get ready for a post-PFI waste landscape

In the aftermath of PFIs, we are likely to see a dramatic reshaping of the relationship between the state and the private sector, says Chris Williams

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Sam Caglione

Erik Jaques meets Sam Caglione, founder and CEO of Dogfish Head brewery

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· CIPP relining success in Essex

· Enhancing quality and safety

· Give us greater security on the resource issue

· Tetra Pak promises a more sustainable future

· Fighting litter with community spirit

· Packaged solution solves quality issue

· Roadmap to resource efficiency



December 2008

Packaged for a safer option

Traditional submersible sewage pumping stations can be dirty and dangerous to work in. Ian Hallows takes a look at packaged systems, which, as they are mounted on the surface, successfully avoid a whole raft of health and safety issues.

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Taking the more natural approach to sewage

David Barrett of natural wastewater treatment solutions provider ARM discusses the use of reed bed technology in sewage treatment in partnership with water companies across the UK

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Scottish courts debate contaminated land

The Inner House of the Court of Session has reversed an earlier decision of the Outer House, concerning the ability of a commercial landlord to carry out intrusive site investigations on potentially contaminated land.

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· Italian firm loses ETS challenge

· Ireland breaches EIA Directive

· Finding a way to put people first

· Court throws out energy from waste complaint

· Court upholds conservation claim

· Right signals, wrong scale: missed opportunities in the Pre-Budget Report

· No-dig solution saves the day



December 2003

MBT - white knight or white elephant?

Is MBT the solution to meeting the Landfill Directive?
By Pat Wheeler and Dr Neil Varey, AEA Technology.

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Changes to the Management of Hazardous Waste - Is Industry Ready?

Edward Perry and Jennifer Boniface of Golder Associates, highlight the issues, facing industry, surrounding the new landfill regulations.

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Making the markets work

a look at the barriers to recycling by Liz Goodwin, Director of Materials Programmes, WRAP

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· London's Green Procurement Code