Good Energy has announced it has increased revenue despite freezing prices earlier this year.
Environment minister Alex Attwood has announced that all of Northern Ireland's 24 bathing waters passed EC Bathing Waters Directive mandatory standards for water quality in 2011.
New energy provider Co-operative Energy has announced it will be putting up prices after only four months of trading.
Scottish Water Solutions (SWS) has awarded Hydro International an £800,000 contract to install new sludge treatment technology at its Lanarkshire, Glasgow wastewater treatment works (WWTW).
The waste industry has reacted with widespread disappointment at Communities Secretary Eric Pickles' announcement that £250m of additional funding will be made available to encourage councils to switch back to weekly bin collections.
Global brands are putting more pressure on their upstream supply chains when it comes to sustainable resource management - and this will spark major opportunities for the waste sector, according to industry expert Peter Jones.
Highland Distillers was fined £15,000 after pleading guilty to failing to comply with the conditions of its water use licence following a diesel spill into a nearby watercourse.
Plans to bring in state funding for biomass burning businesses have been put on hold after European officials questioned levels of funding.
Plans for a Britain to Scandinavia power cable which could allow the two countries to swap renewables energy have been submitted for approval.
Water companies in England and Wales will take control of privately owned sewers and drainage systems, as part a Government commitment to remove the burden of maintenance from homeowners and improve the network.
Public attitudes towards the delivery of new waste infrastructure are moving in the right
direction, according to new research.
A conservation success story for the Common Tern in Leicestershire has been made
possible thanks to a novel nesting raft made from recycled plastic.
Action inspires action. Stay ahead of the curve with sustainability and energy newsletters from edie