Casepak's new £21M materials recycling facility (MRF) in Leicester is now in its final stages of construction, and is due to become fully operational next month.
A renewable heat scheme has been launched today (15 August) by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to improve heating in social houses and reduce energy costs.
Oil giant Shell has admitted a large oil leak off the coast of Scotland happened last week.
A computerised model designed to test what happens to cars in crashes might have radical implications for improving off sea oil and gas drilling, according to new research.
Energy bills are rocketing due to an estimated 2M 'ghost' customers getting energy but not being billed for it, according to a new report.
The International Water Association (IWA) is hosting an international conference for drinking water and aquatic experts to debate sustainable water solutions in Scotland this week.
Renewable marine energy firm Tidal Energy has been awarded £389,000 from the Carbon Trust to finance environmental monitoring work in Wales.
Hi-tech digital sirens warning of coastal flooding are set to replace World War two alarms for the Olympic Games.
Surrey County Council has achieved a 50% recycling rate for household waste almost a decade ahead of schedule.
Users of edie.net have the opportunity to choose the winner of one of the most prestigious environmental awards of 2011.
Potentially cheaper energy from effective plastic solar panels has moved a step closer this week.
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