Environment Minister Phil Hogan has launched a new waste management forum for business stakeholders in Ireland.
Unilever UK has teamed up with Torbay Council to support the collection and reycling of mixed plastics from households in an industry first.
A free service transporting disabled people in London is to trial a specially blended fuel made from used cooking oil for the next 12 months.
Small businesses understand energy efficiency and are "switched on" to renewable energy, but the cost and complexity of buying energy from renewable sources is putting them off.
COP17's climate change talks should look to the English city of Leeds for inspiration, according to academic research.
A first UK-based carbon capture test project has been launched in a Government backed bid to get the technology back on track.
Drinking water quality continued to improve in 2010, with Ireland showing similar compliance levels for E.Coli as England and Wales for the first time.
Dairy business First Milk has installed a new dissolved air floatation (DAF) treatment system at its Haverfordwest creamery, Pembrokeshire in a bid to improve its wastewater recycling process.
'Big Six' energy giant SSE has announced details of a £90m fund to boost onshore wind power in Scotland.
Half of a Welsh 'zero carbon' energy project has been bought by banking giant Santander in what is being seen as a massive boost for the UK biomass industry.
A new Petrol Vapour Recovery (PVR) standard which captures petrol vapours released into the environment from larger petrol stations is set to become a legislative requirement in Scotland.
Whitbread, owners of the Costa and Premier Inn brands, will reduce its CO2 emissions deriving from distribution transport by 23% by investing in new double-decker trailers.
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