Landfill tax in Ireland will rise from Euro 30 to Euro 50 per tonne from September, increasing to Euro 65 per tonne from July 2012 and Euro 75 per tonne from July 2013.
The government has awarded £9 million to a project to develop a brownfield site in Cheshire.
An oyster fisherman whose family business was ruined by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill told BP's AGM its compensation funds were being 'wasted'.
The wife of fisherman told BP investors her community was being 'killed' in the aftermath of the BP Gulf of Mexico oil disaster.
A Tetley tea factory has cut waste removal costs from one of its production halls by 20%, resulting in significant carbon savings.
The Institute of Water has a new President, Nick Ellins, who will take up his post next month.
Prominent anti BP protester Diane Wilson poured what looked like oil over her face and hands as she was refused entry to a meeting of BP shareholders and investors.
The Mint hotel near the Tower of London hopes to be one of the most sustainable buildings in London after the unveiling of its green roof and flowering walls.
Irish waste treatment and recycling company Eras Eco is to install a new process for the treatment of organic wet waste.
Irish charity Solar Without Frontiers has installed a solar power system to supply free electricity to a school in Tanzania.
A wave of protests are expected as BP's top executives gather in London today (April 14) in London's Excel.
A water company is calling on the Government to look again at how it safeguards drinking water near agricultural areas.
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