Sharwood’s is using vegetable oil to both fry its poppadoms and as fuel for its lorries to deliver them.
The World Conservation Union (IUCN) has announced a $30 million, five year initiative to avert the world freshwater and ecosystem crisis.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named a computer accessory manufacturer which has lowered its air emissions by 75% as the first company to meet the standards required for entry to its environmental excellence programme.
The battle is on to contain a sodium cyanide leak into a river which could contaminate the water of tens of millions of Chinese, including the country’s rulers.
A new breakthrough in emissions reduction has been hailed as the greatest since the development of the catalytic converter.
Strict European legislation requiring the control of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is resuscitating the industry which manufactures VOC control equipment, says new market research.
The European Parliament has voted strongly in favour of demands for accession countries to rapidly comply with EU environmental laws, as well as calling for the early closure of three nuclear plants.
A new study of more than 200 companies has shown that the best run remediation projects on contaminated land save 27% of their costs, or more than $1 million per site.
A new report has revealed that the proportion of S02 released into the atmosphere by the European electricity sector is increasing, whilst other industries are cutting their emissions.
A study conducted for the North American Commission for Environmental Co-operation (NACEC) has linked dioxin pollution in Canada’s Arctic to specific sources in Canada, the US, and Mexico.
Immediate bans on the sale and use of ozone-depleting substances across Europe came into place on 1 October.
Canadian scientists have found exceptionally high levels of cancers in a population of beluga whales living in the St Lawrence River, northeast of Quebec City, it is reported in The Scientist magazine.
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