Wirral Council has reduced carbon emissions from its household waste and recycling
operations by nearly 31,000 tonnes in what is thought to be the first impact
assessment of its type.
Electronics giant Sony has revealed a range of low carbon and waste cutting technology at a European trade show for the first time.
Northern Ireland Water (NIW) has been forced to abandon night time working, following an attack on its sewer improvement engineers in Londonderry.
Dublin City Council has issued a statement recommending the use of raw water from the River Shannon for a proposed water supply project by Irish landowners Bord na Mona.
The government is 'incompetent' and 'in a shambles' over its energy policies following a leak revealing possible soaring energy prices, according to the opposition.
A new solar module has been revealed with claims it can produce more than 1kw of power from just 6.5 square metres of space.
TV comic David Walliams has started a 140 mile charity swim along the River Thames from Gloucestershire to London.
A new deal will see the chances of another Deepwater Horizon type oil spill dramatically cut, according to the two companies involved.
Invisible gases belched out by the energy industry are set to become more visible, following an announcement by scientists.
Local authority waste performance indicators are to be reviewed as Defra looks to build
a new set of environmental priorities to meet the Government's sustainable
A pioneering wave energy scheme is the first of its kind to get debt funding from a bank, according to the people behind the project.
The Chewing Gum Action Group (CGAG) has launched its 2011 campaign in partnership with 12 local authorities in a bid to cut levels of chewing gum litter.
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