Water companies are under pressure to perform more efficiently. Andrew Reeks explains how automation technology can optimise a company's performance
Anti-nuclear campaigners have won a High Court victory against energy giant EDF after legal action to ban their protest was thrown out.
A new digital map of the UK has been launched by the British Geological Survey (BGS) in a bid to help planners, developers and local authorities reduce urban flooding.
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) has identified the waste and recycling industry as a priority area for intervention over the next few years.
Apple has entered into a partnership with a Canadian university to offer a free public takeback scheme for electronic waste in the first initiative of its type for the software giant.
The Church of England (CoE) has taken advantage of a High Court decision to extend the Feed-In Tariff (FIT) window for solar panels until March 3.
The UK's oldest operating nuclear power station in South Gloucestershire has closed - although plans to build a new plant at a nearby site have already been proposed.
UK businesses could make savings totalling more than £400m per year, simply by improving the efficiency of their boilers, according to new research from the Carbon Trust.
Rexel UK business development director, Brian Smithers, looks at the impact of the Government's Green Deal and how businesses can prepare for a sustainable future.
Engineering consultancies DHV and Royal Haskoning have announced their intention to merge the two businesses, creating a top ten independently-owned, non-listed firm in their field.
The UK's largest trade union Unite has formed an alliance with RenewableUK in a bid to generate "tens of thousands" of green jobs over the next decade.
The UK is set to collaborate with Bangladesh on a range of renewable energy research projects in a bid to help developing countries gain access to sustainable energy solutions.
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