Global carpet tile manufacturer InterfaceFLOR has entered into a European-wide partnership agreement SITA to collect and recover end-of-life carpet tiles from its customers.
WRAP's next generation of voluntary agreements for the retail supply chain is likely to tackle issues around products, product design and lifecycle impacts.
The minister for the environment and climate change, Stewart Stevenson, has unveiled what has been called "the country's first" environmental support tool for businesses.
Business and public sector organisations could save millions of pounds by turning the heating down one degree, according to new guidance by the Carbon Trust.
United Utilities is appealing for witnesses after thieves chopped down a 120-year-old tree, near its Stocks Reservoir site, Lancashire.
New data mapping to monitor blockages and help reduce flooding in the Yorkshire area has been effective, according to the Environment Agency (EA).
Energy bills can differ widely depending on where you live, according to new research.
Hazardous waste specialist OSS Group has acquired Nottingham-based Hall and Campey, a waste oil collection business, for an undisclosed sum.
Waste Recycling Group (WRG) has been awarded a contract to manage 10 household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has reported a 77% recycling and recovery rate across its operations in London, significantly beating its 60% target for 2010-11.
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