Offshore wind could provide 6% of the UK's electricity supply by 2015 if given more policy backing from the state, but will only deliver 25% of this capacity without it, a new report claims.
Environmentalists and industrialists are pleading with the European Commission not to slash funding for eco-innovation as it prepares to set its annual budget.
The tricky issue of what to do with ships once they reach the end of their working life is up for discussion in the corridors of power.
A raft of new measures has been introduced to help local authorities combat environmental crimes.
An official guide to putting eco-friendly planning laws into practice was published on Friday, with the aim of helping planners protect England's ecosystems and landscapes from the negative impacts of new developments.
The pressure is mounting to cut landfill and treat contaminated land. The ICU 2006 exhibition highlights the latest legislation and technologies involved, writes John Haven
Steve Kaye, Anglian's head of R&D and a visiting professor at Imperial College, discusses the increasing importance of research and development in the water industry
A new effluent treatment plant for pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca is protecting coastal waters in Avonmouth
With ever more strict legislation, sewer networks are increasingly turning to flow monitoring, writes Steve Russell, WRc's senior instrument engineer
Frank Rogalla of Black & Veatch and Gary Hunter discuss methods of ultraviolet disinfection at WwTWs
Never mind oil, says CIWEM Executive Director, Nick Reeves, water could be the cause of the next global conflict
Most of OnSite's clients - the majority of UK water companies - are now using accoustic doppler flow monitors. And the technology is becoming increasingly popular to measure flow volume at WwTW inlets
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