Sustainable cars: Looking beyond the tailpipe...
Following a plethora of ultra-low emission vehicle announcements from governments and industry, electric cars are beginning to be adopted by the public and will one day become commonplace. But, as Lucinda Dann investigates, a car's green credentials don't just lie in its exhaust emissions.
Tyre recycling gets value boost with nanotechnology
Nanotechnology is set to be applied to tyre recycling to drive creation of high value materials for the construction industry.
Reverse logistics saves Michelin six-figures in tyre disposal costs
Michelin has embarked on a nationwide reverse logistics drive for its used tyres in the UK, resulting in massive cost savings for its waste disposal operations.
Michelin in the fast lane for tyre recovery
Bringing old tyres back to life is big business at Michelin - it not only makes environmental sense but helps maximise customer assets, as Maxine Perella finds out
Waste industry records drop in death rate
Five workers were killed in the waste and recycling sector during 2011-12 according to latest statistics released by the Health & Safety Executive.
Landfill tax protest descends on parliament
Skip hire firms parked their vehicles outside Parliament today (May 24) in protest against controversial landfill tax changes which sent disposal costs for certain materials rocketing overnight.
SWR secures deal for Metropolitan Police vehicle waste
Dry and hazardous waste created from the repair of Metropolitan Police vehicles is to be managed by SWR, who has won a contract with the support services arm of Babcock's emergency and critical services division.