Londoners should aim to recycle three times as much of their waste as they do at present or the city could face fines running into the billions for missing targets.
The information superhighway saw a surge in environmentally-friendly traffic on Monday as bloggers around the world were encouraged to share their thoughts - and tips - on the environment.
Scotland is struggling to strike a balance between the need for clean energy and the desire to protect the ecosystems of its rivers and lochs.
Coastal flood defences on Scotland's Western Isles are set to be improved to protect residents from severe weather.
Mixing groundwater and surface water affects the disinfection process and needs careful monitoring, says Michael Strahand, general manager of ATI Europe
CIPP is the most popular method of sewer renovation in the UK, but liner quality can vary considerably. Nick Sheehan, engineering director of Perco, explains how the findings of independent tests in Germany are especially pertinent to UK contractors
The quantity of private sewerage being transferred to sewerage companies is largely unknown. Claire Brown, a consultant scientist at WRc, reports on a new model to gauge the scale of works
Innovation is key to tackling the challenges of the Water Framework Directive, say Entec's associate director Simon Clark and the Environmental Industries Commission's director Merlin Hyman
Turbidity is important in determining water quality, but how can the water industry ensure accurate measurement? John Kupczak of Siemens Automation and Drives outlines the extent of the problem for water companies, and offers a solution
Research shows active filter media (AFM) provide a more effective barrier to the spread of disease than sand. Howard Dryden of Dryden Aqua explains
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