The Tata Steel Innovation Centre in Hartlepool is to be enhanced by a new rainwater harvesting system.
A project investigating ways of reusing brownfield sites in England for renewable energy crops has
won european recognition.
Chesapeake Energy has been fined almost $ 1,088,000 for two instances of contaminating water supplies at its shale gas drilling sites.
Ireland's biggest biomass user has announced its on target for cutting its emissions through co-firing.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld a complaint about an advert which claimed a water treatment device had a raft of health benefits.
EU Environment Commissioner Janez Potoènik has recommended that Ireland be fined a lump-sum fine of €2.7 million and a daily penalty payment of €26,173 over the country's handling of septic tanks.
A Government review of energy market regulator Ofgem found its current 'broadly scoped duties and weak guidance' were insufficient for the transforming energy sector.
A senior MP has hit out at the Government's forthcoming Waste Review, due to be published next
month, saying it has "failed to set the political world alight".
The events industry is being encouraged to reduce its waste more effectively with a free online
planning tool to assist event organisers in drawing up appropriate action plans.
European recycling rates for steel packaging reached a record-breaking 72% in 2009, making it the
most successful recyclate.
Construction work has begun on an energy-from-waste facility in Lincolnshire that aims to be fully
operational by the end of 2013.
An electric motorcycle has set a new UK record at the Santa Pod Raceway in Northamptonshire, home of European FIA Drag Racing.
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