Almost a fifth of UK organisations have been victims of serious data fraud, as new research is released revealing worrying gaps in confidential data disposal.
The edie team is celebrating after being shortlisted for Digital Brand of the Year at the Independent Publisher Awards 2011.
Bra manufacturing giants Triumph International and Wacoal have teamed up to encourage women in Japan to recycle their underwear for use as an alternative industrial fuel.
Businesses and organisations in the water industry are being urged to apply for the Water Industry Achievement Awards (WIAA) 2012.
Solar panels are to be erected on a US state-owned closed landfill site in New Jersey, forming a solar farm that will provide up to 3MW of renewable energy.
A four year contract provided by Scottish Water (SW) is set to increase T.O.M's vehicle apprenticeship scheme by nearly 50%.
Welsh farmers are being encouraged to realise the benefits of sourcing quality compost and bio-fertiliser, which could result in significant cost savings for them.
Three Irish local authorities are to take the lead in testing new renewable technologies and policies in an effort to boost a national move towards sustainable energy.
The government, big energy firms and consumer groups have agreed to a very voter friendly drive aimed at reducing power bills at least in the short term.
Hollywood actor and singer Justin Timberlake has been honoured for his green credentials in the Environment Association Media Awards (EAM).
Consumption of illegal drugs is a major fact of metropolitan life, says Frank Rogalla of Aqualia. But what happens when they leave the human body? European research provides some answers
The filtration system for a wastewater treatment plant on the Venetian island of Sant'Erasmo required a special configuration, says Darren Reed, business development manager of PCI Membranes.
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