Residents in one part of London are gearing up for the introduction of compulsory recycling next month.
More than 100 tonnes of paper that might have ended up in landfill has been recycled in the first six months of a deal between Westminster City Council and the publishers of two London freesheets.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi last week declared that the waste crisis that has plagued Naples for months is over.
A factory has been fined £30,000 after allowing milk and other food waste to pollute a nearby watercourse.
A coalition of researchers and energy companies have floated the idea of constructing a Severn tidal 'fence' instead of the controversial barrage that has been proposed for the river.
Water and wastewater systems in one of Italy's most densely populated areas are set to be improved thanks to a Euro 200m cash injection.
The cost of decommissioning Britain's nuclear facilities has risen to £73.6bn, official figures have confirmed.
E.ON has been given the green light to build a £60m renewable energy plant on the site of a former coal-fired power station.
Energy concerns in Ireland could be quashed through the use of seaweed, it has been claimed.
The Dublin Bay Task Force was inaugurated last week by the Irish minister for the environment, heritage and local government.
A new report has prompted criticism over the levels of water pollution in Northern Ireland.
A commercial-scale tidal generator was connected to the national grid for the first time on Thursday, it has emerged.
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