Warm weather this weekend is likely to bring a covering of smog for parts of the UK, according to the Government.
A former hospital and a new development in Croydon are two of the sites chosen for a low carbon homes project being developed by E.ON and Barratt Homes.
The latest litter survey from the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says that sewage-related debris (SRD) from people's bathrooms is one of the major causes of beach pollution.
A waste collection vehicle equipped with military technology will soon go on trial in a pioneering move which should result in significant fuel savings.
The Institute of Water is offering a free professional review for water engineers to gain Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineer (IEng) or Engineering Technician (EngTech) status.
The Environment Agency is warning residents in Stockton not to enter Lustrum Beck after a large discharge of sewage was found in the water.
One of London's most iconic landmarks, Tower Bridge, is to get energy efficient LED lighting, reducing its energy consumption by 40%.
WSP Environment and Energy has completed the remediation of a brownfield site using a ground-breaking 'liability transfer'.
A solar business winning an award selected by the Queen used the opportunity to launch a scathing attack on the Government.
A 12 mile exclusion zone around Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear plant became legally enforceable last night.
Matt Chasen is the CEO of uShip, a transport service that recently set up the Green Transport Network.
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