SLR’s expertise in environmental impact assessments (EIAs) for sensitive mineral planning has ensured the approval
An environmental watchdog has announced plans to clean up contamination at a former mercury refining site.
Bosses should tell their employees how much they are shelling out for gas, electricity, water and recycling to encourage them to reduce the impact of their business.
Local authorities and builders are being encouraged to construct waste facilities that will win the approval of local people through new guidance published by Government.
Campaigners have written to the EU's Environment Commissioner to demand legal action is taken against the UK for alleged breaches of air quality laws.
Exploding urban populations are threatening to spark a water and sanitation crisis in many cities - particularly in the developing world - experts have warned.
The PRF - plastic reclamation facility - is set to become a cornerstone of our future recycling landscape as demand and value for used mixed plastics rises. Maxine Perella finds out more
Despite the Government publishing the outcomes of its Way Forward exercise on soil guideline values, much uncertainty still surrounds it, argues Paul Sheehan
Viridor recently received an award for its vehicle maintenance. Paul Riley looks at how the company is driving up standards across its servicing regime
Geoff Rigg now heads Geesink Norba in the UK, and he is been preparing to meet the challenges that lie ahead for the RCV sector. He tells LAWR what is in store
Claire Poole argues that the credit crunch does not have to mean a training crunch - thanks to more flexible access to skills development
Waste centres across Cheshire are being protected from intruders by a remote monitoring system, enabling round-the-clock security for site operators
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