The North West of England appears to be in geographical demand with the latest energy-from-waste activity centred in this region.
Major UK dairy, First Milk, is working with a new water supplier to improve efficiency and use, after it highlighted water as a key objective in its recently published sustainability policy.
A paper and advanced materials company, James Cropper, has been
awarded a £3.15m Regional Growth Fund (RGF) to develop a steam raising plant in order to reduce its environmental impact.
The French parent companies of Veolia and SITA, two of the UK's biggest waste contractors, have denied merger talks following intense market speculation about the possibility of a deal.
A London reuse charity has moved to bigger premises in response to growing demand from local authorities and major retailers for a diversion route for bulky items.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has been issued a damages claim from five solar installation and construction companies over the Government's illegal cuts to feed-in tariffs last year.
Fixing leaks in supply pipes could reduce overall leakage by 30%,
according to the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental
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