Irish peatlands will play a vital role in key areas such as climate change and biodiversity, according to research by the Environment Protection Agency (EPA).
Biffa claims to have developed a cost-effective online trade waste recycling service for SMEs, in a bid to make its collection services more accessible to smaller waste producers.
South East Water (SEW) has fitted a special 'eel pass' on a river weir in East Sussex, in a bid to help the creatures migrate more easily from the sea and thrive.
Household brands and retailers will play a key role in supporting sustainable lifestyles, helping them become mainstream by 2020, according to a new study.
BIC has joined forces with TerraCycle to recycle its used writing instruments including pens, markers and highlighters, in what is thought to be a UK first.
Waste management companies are set to be scrutinised tonight (October 4) as Channel 4's Dispatches programme investigates how the nation is tackling its growing waste problem.
Sir Richard Branson has warned that the world faces "the mother of all recessions" unless much more is done to encourage the development of renewable energy.
4R Group has increased its recycling capacity for liquid and solid industrial wastes with the acquisition of MWH ByProduct from MWH.
Eco-manufacturer Remarkable has extended its retail contract with the Eden Project by stocking a larger range of products in-store featuring its re-launched packaging range, made from recycled drinks bottles and card.
A pioneering waste treatment facility which cleans and recycles equipment from North Sea oil and gas operations affected by naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) has opened in Scotland.
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