A new waste management services framework could deliver major savings for local authorities, as Christine Batty explains
Five of the 'Big Six' energy firms have now confirmed cuts to prices coming in the next few weeks.
Council fines imposed on householders for putting their waste in the wrong bin are to be scrapped under new plans set out by Defra today (January 16).
A new 'revolving' sustainable energy fund which aims to bring solar lighting to rural off-grid communities in East Africa has been launched by pay-as-you-go solar power developer Eight19 and social enterprise SunnyMoney.
Research aims to look at the local options in power grids to reduce peaks and dips associated with renewable energy and cut fossil fuel use.
Irish minister for the environment, community and local government Phil Hogan has unveiled a deadline of February 3 for enactment of the Water Services Amendment Bill 2011.
Businesses will be encouraged to safeguard the future supply of critical resources through greater recovery and reuse operations under the Government's forthcoming Resource Security Action Plan.
As edie sister title WWT launches a new conference event for Ireland, Natasha Wiseman takes a look at what delegates can expect
Global sustainability consultancy ERM has appointed a new managing partner to handle its UK and Ireland division.
Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman gives a sneak preview of the Government's
forthcoming Resource Security Action Plan - and what it means for business
A facility capable of recycling and capturing carbon from air pollution control residues (APCr) is due to go live soon, in what is being claimed as a world first.
Food waste recycler PDM is to invest £40m in developing its network of ReFood anaerobic digestion (AD) plants this year, building two new facilities in Widnes and East London.
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