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Jobs Archive 2001 (January-April)


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I read the news today oh boy
4,000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire
Jobs archive for the Second Millennium
Environmental job agencies
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The jobs listed in the
Jobs + Careers section were either advertised on the EBM website, emailed to us, found on the Web or else located in the classified sections in various Newspapers and Magazines.

The adverts on the EBM website nowadays seem to be mainly from agencies, and so we have been forced to spend more time with our library card, looking through back-copies of tabloids such as the Economist, the Guardian, and the New Scientist.

Occasionally we also strike lucky with a quality broadsheet such as the Times (when someone has not nicked it for the special offer 'Phoenix the Calf commemorative plate' - tastefully made out of bone china)

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4,000 holes in Blackburn Lancashire

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As far as deciding what constitutes a job in the environmental sector, public perception (and political party focus-groups) seem to think that it either involves taking chewing gum of the wings of sea-birds, or else whinging on about how petrol prices are too cheap.

But as Lennon + McCartney (or in a parallel universe McCartney + Lennon) told us a long time ago, there are an awful lot of trial pits in Blackburn Lancashire (which archaeologists tell us is the place where the Cable TV, Gas and Water companies used to run their JCB training classes).

Although the bore-holes are rather small, now they know how many civil engineers it takes to fill the Albert Hall (not to mention the Millenium Dome).

Anyway back to reality, as I drag a comb across my head.......

The jobs that we choose (Me and
Zee-n-Bee, busted flat in Clapham Junction waiting for the train, no you are right somehow doesn't have the resonance of Me and Bobbie McGee busted flat in Baton Rouge, also waiting for a train - have Railtrack's tentacles really reached that far!)

sorry where was I? Oh yes, the jobs that make it into the listings are either those that are of an environmental nature, or else the ones, that in a parallel universe we might have ended up doing.

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Jobs archive for the Second Millennium


January 2000 / February 2000 / March 2000 / April 2000
May 2000 / June 2000 / July 2000 / August 2000
September 2000 / October 2000 / November 2000 / December 2000

January 2001 / February 2001 / March 2001 / April 2001
May 2001 / June 2001 / July 2001 / August 2001
September 2001 / October 2001 / November 2001 / December 2001

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  1. ADC Environment
  2. Allen + York
  3. Chase Moulande
  4. Earthworks
  5. edie
  6. ENDS
  7. Equate
  8. ERS
  9. Euro Elite
  10. Evergreen Resources
  11. Index Environmental
  12. Jared
  13. Kelly Scientific Resources
  14. Labsupport
  15. Lawson Search
  16. Open Spaces
  17. Peter Glaser
  18. Society of Chemical Industry

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I mean we all know that webpages are just a glorified form of vanity publishing, you know like sorta cyber graffiti spray painting.

Hang on a second mate, thats a bit harsh don't you think (just like saying the only difference between a Wombat and an Australian bloke is that the wombat takes it's boots off before it 'eats, roots, shoots, and leaves')

OK so most of the stuff on the the web is either rubbish or filth, but don't forget this ia a website about contamination and pollution !

Yet maybe you do have a point, and I s'pose it is true that most webpages are the product of frustrated 'letters to the editor' writers. Afterall if the editor of the Guardian turns out not to be interested in a publishing a letter comparing the Blues Brothers (Jake Elwood et al) to the Bruise Brothers (Jags Prescott et al) why then a mans gotta do what a mans gotta do, and stick it onto his website.

Whats that ?, you would have been interested in reading it !, oh you are too kind, as it just so happens I do have a copy on me, here let me show you. Hoy you, come back, come back here at once, leave that 'back button' on your browser alone......LEAVE IT ALONE !

    Dear sir

    Rumour has it that Lord Putnam has contacted Hollywood about rushing out a remake of The Bruise Brothers, starring

    John 'Prescott' Belushi and Dan 'Dare' Ackroyd

    Apparently the film will open to the tune of that old Cab Calloway classic "Minnie the Moocher" but this being Hollywood they plan to update the words somewhat :-

    "This is the story of Prescott the Puncher
    Who had his nice suit ruined by an egg
    He lashed out at the projectile offender
    And the facade of New Labour was dead

    Hi dee hi dee hi dee hi dee ho ............."

    yours sincerely
    Micky Allen www.ContaminatedLand.co.uk

Well OK, so maybe you are right, in the cold light of day it doesn't seem quite the masterpiece it appeared to be at 3am last night.....


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