New homes in Ireland should be built without standard heating systems, a group of housing designers and contractors has claimed.
Authorities in southern Ireland will host an event next week to better explain new food waste regulations passed in July.
Spending cuts are threatening to kill off the green economy, according to a leading renewables association.
Six people are still missing after a gas explosion in California last week left four dead and dozens injured.
The largest local authority in Europe, Birmingham City Council, is planning to generate its own power.
Technology from Retroflo has just won a Water Industry Achievement Award. Business development manager Julian Williams reveals how a problem site for Scottish Water is now serving as a model for further operational expenditure savings
The Danish infrastructure firm Per Aarsleff's new pipe division has carried out a cost-effective - and environmentally friendly - lining project in Suffolk. UK managing director, Terry Bolsher, explains the process
A new telemetry system for the water industry was launched in Peterborough in March. Natasha Wiseman went along to find out who would benefit
Commercial waste containers aren't the most obvious choice for a temporary shelter, but people do climb into them and die as a result. Guidance has just been released to help safeguard against such tragedies
Councils considering using anaerobic digestion will need to give some thought as to who will prosper from its outputs. Adam Davidson and Ben Sheppard explain
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