Gloucester-based Smith's has struck a deal with fashion retailer SuperGroup to provide a total waste management package at the company's UK headquarters.
A lack of certain chemicals in Britain's rubbish is jeopardising the chances of progressing the technology, according to new academic research.
Two sewerage schemes have finally opened in East Clare, Ireland, after 47 years in planning.
A distinctive design developed by architect David Butterworth has helped secure a planning green light for SITA's Cornwall Energy Recovery Centre.
Whopping price hikes have been announced by energy giants British Gas prompting anger from the Government.
The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) has responded to the Defra review of regulatory body, Ofwat, with disappointment.
Defra minister Lord Henley revealed more details of his departments plans to boost the Anaerobic Digestion (AD) industry yesterday (July 7).
A redundant tin mine has been brought into the modern era by being transformed into what is claimed to be the UK's largest ever solar farm.
Tens of thousands of jobs could be created in the next decade through investment in the UK's wind and marine energy sectors.
The UK hospitality sector could save up to £724M a year by tackling food waste, according to a report published by the Waste Resources & Action Programme (WRAP).
Lord Redesdale talks to Nick Warburton on how the Anaerobic Digestion & Biogas Association is pushing to remove the regulatory hurdles facing AD
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