Hewlett Packard (HP) has pipped rival consumer electronic brands Dell and Nokia to the post by gaining top marks for its sustainable operations in Greenpeace's 17th Greener Electronics Guide.
'Big Six' energy giant EDF has been found guilty of spying on environmental campaigners Greenpeace.
A material recovery facility (MRF) has opened in Birmingham in a bid to help businesses in the West Midlands boost their green credentials by sending less waste to landfill.
Business Stream has won a contract to implement the UK's largest ever non-domestic smart water meter roll out, saving an estimated £2.7m over the next three years.
Plans for a judicial review of cuts to the Feed-In Tariffs (FITs) scheme will be fought by the Government.
The prospect of a working Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) scheme is back on the cards after an agreement between two energy giants.
An early day motion has highlighted the poor energy efficiency of the Houses of Parliament.
One of the UK's largest solar businesses has revealed it is behind a second legal challenge on cuts to Feed-In Tariffs (FITs).
Streamline Environmental Services has been successfully prosecuted by the Environment Agency (EA) for causing hydrochloric acid to leak into the River Quaggy in Lewisham which "devastated wildlife".
EdieWaste's twitter account @edieWaste has been ranked sixth in the first ever list of the top 100 sustainability influencers on twitter, ranked by authority.
Waste container manufacturer Egbert H Taylor & Co has been acquired by investment team Sullivan Street Partners and Oakfield Capital for £15m.
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