Crown Estate buildings in London's Regent Street are among sixteen developments to be granted Government solar microgeneration funding, energy minister Malcolm Wicks announced this week.
The UK's first case of a local authority taking legal action against a resident who failed to recycle properly has been adjourned for two weeks.
The tide has turned and both the business community and governments are waking up to the urgent need for action to address climate change.
The electricity generating capacity of Europe's wind farms more than doubled between 2000 and 2004, EU statistics released this week show.
Uncertainty surrounds the UK textile recycling and reuse industry as reclamation merchants are struggling with a shortfall in supplies, reports Alan Wheeler
Mercury Recycling has launched Batterysafe, a battery recycling service to complement its Lampsafe lamp recycling service.
The Organic Resource Agency has completed a five-year study to assess the effectiveness of
a Kent council's alternate week kerbside collection service. Anna Bright outlines the results
Pioneering technology in use at a York transfer station has a firm grip on every aspect of the waste management process
Gasification technology may be retrofitted to a waste treatment plant in the Isle of Wight to help divert domestic waste from landfill
Changing the face of waste management - that's the theme of this year's CIWM show in Torbay which will incorporate two conferences in one for added value
CIWM chief executive Steve Lee identifies how the waste industy must change if it is to forge ahead, and calls for a united front to make it happen
Antares' electrical engineering expertise has been called upon by Signal Ambitech, the Oxfordshire-based specialist in air quality monitoring, to help create a power system for a landfill air quality monitoring vehicle.
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