A pioneering study by Unilever UK and Ireland that monitors Brits' showering habits has revealed that showering uses nearly as much water and energy as running a bath - with power showers using potentially more.
Closed loop recycling of post-consumer and retail waste plastic films could become a commercial reality within four years, following successful feasibility trials.
Ontario's position as a North American test bed for subsidised solar power is overcoming early hurdles and heading in the right direction, according to leading industry figure.
Waste companies are being invited to tender for two WRAP projects to challenge the cost and efficiency of anaerobic digestion (AD) technology.
Could freight by water be the way forward for waste? As British industry seeks cost-effective alternatives to road-based transport, Malcolm Chilton makes the case
OCS/Cannon Hygiene is applying New Zealand's composting know-how to the UK's disposable nappy problem. Katie Coyne reports
Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre (NEC) is now sending its end-of-life fridges and other electrical equipment to a local specialist centre to be recycled.
Ireland's first dedicated electrical reuse facility has opened, which will have the capacity to process 10,000 tonnes of WEEE a year.
Opposition leader Ed Miliband has backed protesters who will today (November 22) march on Parliament against the strength of cuts to renewable subsidies.
Kent Wildlife Trust has joined forces with South East Water (SEW) and Southern Water (SW) to introduce a new award for the 'Best Waterwise Wildlife Garden'.
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