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Over two million tonnes of waste from commercial and industrial businesses is generated each year across the north east of England, according to a recent report.
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Cops in Manchester are taking an environmentally friendly approach to crime fighting by getting on electric cycles.
A UK recycling company has achieved 100% materials reuse in a landfill recovery scheme believed to be the first in Europe.
Five men were arrested outside a nuclear power station shortly after the death of Osama Bin Laden was announced.
Fires caused by unseasonably warm weather and careless campers have contributed to a potential disaster for Ireland's bogs and forests.
200,000 homes in Ireland are now covered by Building Energy Ratings (BER), which give an indication of the energy performance of a home.
The findings of a study into the impact of introducing household food waste regulations in Ireland will be released before the summer, Environment Minister Phil Hogan has announced.
Irish customers have one of the highest electricity supplier switching rates in Europe with 40% changing supplier since 2009.
Multi-million pound plans to revitalise the biggest brownfield site in Scotland have been given a major boost.
Ireland has found itself amongst Europe's winners as the European Union revealed a fall in industrial pollutants over the weekend.
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