Military land across the United States is to be opened up for private investors to install renewable energy infrastructure.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has reported a fall in flood waters in Scotland following heavy rainfall.
Trade union GMB members at Scottish water have rejected a proposed pay freeze for 2011/2012, arguing against 'excessive' management bonuses.
A £1M water recycling plant in the South West has enabled potato packer and distributor Branston to reduce its use of mains water by 85%.
Residents in Dublin will be able to report incidents of illegal fly-tipping and graffiti
more easily under a new pilot scheme launched by Environment Minister Phil Hogan
last week (2 August).
Algae may be a good future source of energy but the environmental issues it causes could mean it'll never be used on a large scale, according to new research.
Wind farms are good for almost all sea life living around them, according to new research backed by the industry.
Aberdeen's bid to become the UK's green energy hub is under-fire from billionaire hotel and reality TV star Donald Trump.
Bord Gais has brought in consultants to run the day-to-day operations at its 13 wind farms around the Irish coast.
A fire at Veolia's fleet depot in Tottenham, London has damaged several recycling trucks - although no disruption to collection services has been caused, according to the company.
A Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems solutions (SUDS) brochure has been developed in response to recent changes in SUDS legislation and the EU Water Framework Directive.
Manchester Airport is to install a mini materials recovery facility (MRF) to treat aircraft waste on-site in its bid to achieve its target of zero waste to landfill by 2030.
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