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Litter louts are to be targeted with on the spot fines if they drop rubbish in a national park in what could be a nationwide first.
A supermarket chain has announced plans to install solar panels on the roofs of up to 30 stores to generate renewable power.
The green credentials of the newly built Museum of Liverpool have been praised by energy secretary Chris Huhne.
How should we manage surface water and what does this mean for our traditional urban drainage systems? Christopher Digman, senior principal engineer at MWH, explores the options
Water regulator Ofwat will be reviewed to make sure it can cope with 'future challenges', according to the Government. The industry has welcomed the news, announced by Defra on 27 August, saying the two-decade-old water regulator needs a shake-up.
The outcome of the Competition Commission review of Bristol Water's appeal against its price control may have lessons for future business plans and price setting now and in the future, says Suzanne Rab, counsel at Hogan Lovells legal practice
A pilot project in Bournemouth has demonstrated the capability of the Intellisonde FM in final effluent monitoring. Tony Halker, chief executive of Intellitect Water, explains what was involved
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