Edie+ articles on this day... for July 2018, 2017, 2014, 2009

Take a trip into the past and see what articles were in published in July 2018, 2017, 2014, 2009

July 2018



July 2017

The transition to a circular economy has the destination mapped out, but the journey is far less clear cutAs waste and resource scarcity issues have an increasing impact on supply chains across the world, edie explores how two circular economy leaders - HP and Philips - are continuing to navigate a complex minefield of challenges in their mission to drive a global resource revolution.
MillerCoors is delivering a A supply chain management philosophy built on engagement over enforcement enabled brewer MillerCoors to reduce its water footprint by 17% last year. Here, Matt Mace investigates how the firm has been galvanising the farmer community to create resilient, future-proofed beer supply chains.
Satellite company Inmarsat, telecomms equipment supplier Ericsson, and technology firm Intel have together created new blueprints that foster sustainable innovation among Kigali's residentsedie investigates the green business potential of breakthrough technologies and innovations in this new series of 'test bed' case studies. Up next: a look at how a new public-private partnership is using the Internet of Things (IoT) to transform the Rwandan capital of Kigali into a connected smart c
» In practice: Grosvenor's highly sustainable redevelopment of a heritage building
» In practice: Network Rail's Bermondsey Dive Under biodiversity project
» Sustainability reporting: 10 steps to build trust and increase engagement


July 2014

Rudd, Truss and Hancock all face conflicts between their new ministerial responsibilities and their previous constituency workThe UK's new energy and environment ministers opposed green energy: Matthew Hancock called for cuts to wind power subsidies while Liz Truss claimed renewable power was damaging the economy.
Business owners can now visualise energy and sustainability with all-in-one energy management systemsThe advent of sustainable strategy continues to have an unprecedented impact on the stock market. Today, the environmental policy of a business and future energy forecasts are a vital consideration for financiers in determining just how investable a company is. Schneider Electric's Richard Badham in
Carbon-based targets could help drive the circular economy, says TregentIs it time for waste measurements to become a little more sophisticated? Chartered environmentalist Mike Tregent thinks so. He outlines why the UK needs to shift from weight-based targets to carbon-based targets for recycling.
» 10 things you need to know about ESOS
» Raising the bar: Belu's refreshing take on sustainability
» Is the food chain missing a closed-loop link?
» 10 reasons to be hopeful that we will overcome climate change


July 2009

IT WWW's biological nutrient removal installation at a Loughborough site is proving to be market leading.
Balancing biological and hydraulic parameters in wastewater treatment can be a daunting task. Nigel Allen investigates the complex process control and automation problems associated with sludge blanket level and interface monitoring.
REPIC has been talking to councils about the new changes affecting WEEE, one of which is ensuring a balanced collection system is in place. Philip Morton explains
» Costs must rise to £1B mark to protect against flood risk
» WYG Ireland to provide national groundwater data
» Mixed plastics plant builds market potential
» Flow metering now reduces maintenance to a trickle
» Partech's sensors make for simple blanket monitoring
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» Geesink plugs in for electric dreams