The EIC is urging the government to increase the target for building houses on brownfield sites to 80% in order to drive regeneration of derelict land.
Liberalisation of trade rules as proposed in the World Trade Organisation's current Doha negotiating round would damage the environment and contribute to climate change, a study has found.
Legislation that will give councils more powers to tackle waste and environmental offences has been welcomed by the Local Government Authority.
A free summer school to help budding businesses realise their dream projects is being held in London in July.
Scottish fishermen will be trawling for a new catch following the re-introduction of an initiative to combat waste in British waters.
Pat Coleman of Black & Veatch investigates key odour
control issues that need to be taken into account when designing new or upgrading current WwTWs
Yorkshire Water has trialled a new system for the remote monitoring of filter arm rotation at its WwTWs
Assessing the facts and collating the figures
surrounding water and wastewater use in the paper, packaging and pulp sector
George Woods of Atkins Water explores renovation techniques and identifies the measures that can be taken to prevent below-standard cured in place pipe linings being applied
Norman Flemming, Hyder Consulting's lead consultant for the Glasgow drainage project, reports on the stormwater masterplan for reducing floods in the area
Speculation SW is to be privatised is reducing and the utility is vastly expanding its investment programme throughout Scotland
As consumers we take quality water for granted. Barrie Clarke, director of communication at Water UK, details why we should protect this most vital contributor to wellbeing
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