The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has halted negotiations with a major chemical firm, declaring it is not offering a satisfactory deal to clean up contaminants in a river system near one of its facilities.
Consumers are being warned to avoid unethical recycling firms when disposing of their old electronics equipment.
A team of German scientists has come up with a revolutionary design for a mobile water treatment plant which could bring hope to drought-affected areas of the world.
The people of London are being given a chance to trade in traditional light bulbs for their energy efficient equivalents in a joint scheme run by City Hall and the private sector partners.
A Northern Irish business has been fined for the pollution it generated during the construction of the north-south gas pipeline in June 2006.
A new joint venture in Northern Ireland will see chicken litter and bone meal turned into power, helping the country meet its renewable energy obligations.
Pollution professionals are calling for regular testing of oil storage tanks, akin to an MoT, in a bid to reduce unnecessary and avoidable spills.
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