Morrisons to launch six ‘zero waste’ stores in Scotland
Retailer Morrisons has confirmed plans to trial six "zero waste" stores in Edinburgh, which could be replicated across all its stores nationwide if successful.
New agreement cuts council’s total waste by 11% but halves green waste collected
Melton Borough Council has seen overall waste to landfill fall by 11% in the first full year since agreeing a new service model with Biffa, but the majority of gains came from street sweepings recovery, and green waste tonnage halved.
Mobile reed bed benefits Heathrow
A new mobile reed bed system - the first of its kind in the UK - is playing a key role in treating effluent water. Mark Clayton, managing director of environmental practice Aardvark, which designed the system, reports on its development and various installations, including one at Heathrow Airport
Composting – a cleaner disposal for sludge
In the quest to "clean up our act" in modern society, urban sewage and the way we manage its disposal, has become an important issue. John Jardine, who knows a lot about traditional aerobic aeration, explains why he thinks composting might be one possible way forward for sewerage sludge.
The grass is greener…
Yorkshire Water treats around 350M m3 waste water per year, resulting in the production of 150,000-plus tonnes of dry solids. By 2010 this production will have increased by at least 15% due to improvements made at many of the company's 600 wastewater treatment works to meet the Freshwater Fish Directive requirements. Tom explains.
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