WaterAid's chief executive, Barbara Frost, has been given an Honorary Degree by Cranfield University for her work in the water sector.
Funding to the tune of £10M to boost investor confidence in new anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities across England will be made available in a special loan fund, Defra has announced.
Limerick County Council is seeking to introduce new by-laws to make it compulsory for all households and businesses in the county to have their waste collected.
Eurostar is building on its original Tread Lightly target, to reduce emissions by 35% per traveller journey by 2012.
An anaerobic digestion (AD) plant capable of processing up to 120,000 tonnes of food waste a year has officially opened today (17 June), and is being hailed as the largest of its type in the UK.
Balfour Beatty has aquired Fru-Con Construction LLC, a leading water and wastewater infrastructure contractor.
Bristol's new National Composites Centre (NCC) has had 600 solar panels fitted to make use of clean, renewable energy.
Grontmij has won a £5 million telemetry services contract with Yorkshire Water.
Half of UK homes do not even have basic insulation installed, according to new figures.
Workers at a nuclear power station found the wrong kind of seal had made its way into the plant.
Welsh councils are being given over £800,000 to target the removal of fly-tipped waste from hot spot dumping grounds in Cardiff, Neath Port Talbot and Torfaen.
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