Frederic Devos has today stepped down from his position as Veolia Water chief executive to pursue a 'new challenge'.
Water regulator Ofwat has launched a consultation on proposals to change the price setting framework for water firms, a move it claims will give it more "flexibility" to incentivise companies.
Urbaser Balfour Beatty has been named preferred bidder by Gloucestershire County Council to design, build and operate an energy-from-waste facility in Haresfield.
South West Water (SWW) has been fined for discharging poor quality effluent from a sewage treatment works into a River tributary near Exeter, Devon.
Nike, Adidas, Puma and other global brands have joined forces to develop a roadmap to completely eliminate the release of toxic chemicals from their supply chains by 2020.
A new report looking at the "reasons and justifications" of government cuts to Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) has been welcomed by the solar industry, after it finds justification for subsidies to continue.
Wine retailer Oddbins is a creating bit of Christmas cheer to lucky recyclers in central London who are being caught by surprise when they dispose of their empty bottles.
Water industry trade association British Water and Israeli research and development (R&D) agency MATIMOP have signed a "landmark" water agreement.
Campaigners have won the right to challenge to the Government over the way its carried out cuts to solar subsidies.
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Lord Turner today is to step down as chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) in the New Year.
Search engine giant Google has put $94m into four solar photovoltaic (PV) projects currently under construction in California.
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