Recolight has expanded its collection scheme out to SMEs, offering businesses recycling access
points for smaller quantities of waste lamps.
Employees at two Chinese companies have been given criminal sentences for making and selling counterfeit Hopkinsons Valves, which are manufactured by the Weir Group Plc.
Heathrow has released its sustainability performance report 2010 showing mixed performance on the environment.
What could be the World's largest ever biomass gasification plant will reduce the coal consumption of a power station by up to 40%, according to the firms behind it.
An Irish hydropower firm has announced plans to expand its work force as it scales up production of turbines.
SITA is set to expand its food waste collection service across southern and central England by the end of the year.
Nestlé has won the Stockholm Industry Water Award for sustainable water management in its internal operations and throughout its supply chain.
Fierce competition between producer compliance schemes for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is at the core of the illegal e-waste exports scandal, according to a leading WEEE recycler.
The Environment Agency is urging companies to learn from United Utilities mistakes after the company was fined £145,000 for discharging partially treated sewage into the River Mersey.
A plant claiming to be the first in the world to combine solar, wind and natural gas power is under construction in Turkey.
Electronics giant Siemens has unveiled plans to create new jobs and build a huge energy centre in the UK.
A lack of certainty is crippling the UK's renewable energy industry, according to the latest research by the CBI.
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