A new £7m water recycling facility is set to turn Londoner's wastewater into non-drinkable water for flushing toilets and irrigating gardens at the London 2012 Olympic Park.
Waste and packaging are key pillars in the retailer's new sustainability plan, which sets 20 environmental goals to achieve by 2020. Maxine Perella finds out more
The iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris could be set to become a flagship for ecotourism, after a leak reveals a firm wants to turn it into a "giant tree" by draping it in around 600,000 plants.
Guarding public health has seen a Welsh Water treatment plant embark on process control system upgrade. Simon Ellam of Siemens explains
An untimely death should lead to a more honest policy, writes Barrie Clarke of Undercurrent
Improvement works on a landfill leachate pipeline eliminated waste tankering costs with an innovative approach, reveals Ming Zhu, technical manager of Alpheus Environmental
A pipe relining project for Anglian Water involved cured-in-place technology, explains Philip Woodcock, Aarsleff Pipe Technologies' general manager
Government proposals to streamline the planning process for major sewer projects would benefit water companies like Thames Water, says Shane Toal, partner in the real estate team at law firm Dundas & Wilson
Safer working was one of the benefits of an innovative approach to flood management in the Gloucestershire village of Prestbury, says Craig Burrows of Asset International
Maize grown on contaminated land is being used to successfully power an AD plant for Severn Trent and reduce carbon output. Natasha Wiseman reports
Welsh electronic and hazardous waste company FootprintMatters2U has acquired IT Asset Disposal in a bid to strengthen its service.
When South West Water was faced with raw water quality issues at treatment works,it turned to Siltbuster for a solution.
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