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INTRODUCTION FROM THE EDITOR
I am pleased and relieved to be welcoming you to issue The final editorial group covers features – all features are
five of Environment Industry Magazine. written by people working in or influencing an industry
It has been a tough old time to get here but here we are
sector, by invitation only. In order to encourage interesting
none the less. It was suggested at the beginning that
and independent comment we try to remove as many
starting a magazine completely reliant on advertising
controls as possible. We give a broad subject area, normally
revenue in the middle of a recession might not be the wisest
just industry sector, and allow the writer to write whatever
plan anyone has ever had. I am nothing if not bloody
they feel is pertinent to that area. We only have a minimum
minded and here we are bringing you the fifth issue.
word count and we do not edit the text, we only check for
Not only have we survived, we have actually grown and
spelling, grammar and legality, other than that, what is
improved. Environment Industry Magazine is one of the
written is what is printed.
few publications to have increased its pagination over the None of the editorial items are necessarily the opinions of
last year. Even this issue, which has been badly affected the Editor, the magazine or EnviroMedia Ltd.
by the surprise introduction of Christmas at the end of
Because of the nature of the editorial content, we do not
last year (a friend of mine Neil from Myplasterer.com
expect to make everyone happy all of the time: if you feel
noted the sudden increase of people requiring work done
that the content is wrong or not detailed or technical
“in time for Christmas” in December ... I think it snuck up
enough, or if you want to write a counter argument please
on all of us) and by the sudden and inexplicable snow
contact me on 0161 4310157 or alex@enviromedia.ltd.uk
which rendered the whole country house bound for two
weeks, has flourished. I think we have capitalised on the
Finally, we are changing our publishing calendar. We will
fact that everyone we contacted was so stir crazy in the
still be bi-monthly, just alternate to our present sequence,
snow, they welcomed any human contact, even our
so the next issue will be out at the beginning of March,
advertising salespeople.
then the new calendar kicks in and the next issue will be
towards the end of April. We have a forward features list
Also in this issue we have amassed editorial content from
online at www.enviromedia.ltd.uk - this will be elaborated
some incredible industry experts. I feel humbled by the
on as we get round to it.
calibre of people who are willing to put pen to paper on
our behalf.
One last thing I would like to wish all of our readers and
contributors a happy and prosperous new year.
Sir Michael Latham former, Conservative MP, Chairman
of CITB and author of the Latham Report 'Constructing
the Team'; Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB, Director General
and Chief Executive of Ordnance Survey; Phil Crowcroft,
Partner of ERM and Chairman of SiLC; Dr Jan Hellings,
Alex Stacey
Olympic Delivery Authority and BURA Director; and Mike
Watson, Head of Construction at WRAP, to name but a few.
Alex Stacey
Managing Editor
It is a privilege to have such influential people involved
with the magazine.
Whilst gloating about the quality of editorial contributors
in Environment Industry Magazine, I would like to discuss
our editorial approach in the magazine.
Our policy is actually quite strict; firstly all editorial is free
and there is no compulsion to advertise if you supply any.
(However, if the magazine is suitable to carry your editorial
then expect a call from our sales team.) For the record we
break editorial into three groups. The first group is news –
any press releases sent to the company which have
newsworthy content will be included.
We don’t do colour separations and promotional press
releases will be diverted to the sales team.
The second group covers case studies; this group allows
clients to write about the use of a products and services
in the field and to talk about successfully completed projects
or developments. We try to cap the word count at around
700 words in order to keep them concise; also, to ensure
that case studies are independent we actively discourage
advertising alongside them.
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