The London NHS Trust has reduced its water consumption by more than 30% - cutting more than 100m litres from its operations since 2009.
The ethics surrounding food waste are back on the menu today (March 14) as MPs prepare to debate a new bill which would force supermarkets and manufacturers to donate much of their surplus stock to charity.
International nuclear services company EnergySolutions has been awarded the contract of cleaning-up contaminated seawater used to cool reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan.
Energy watchdog Ofgem has revealed that despite opposition to onshore wind power it added less to energy bills than imported gas last year - which critics argue "dominates" the UK energy market.
Full-year accounts released today by Modern Water Group (MWG) reveal an impressive jump in group revenue and a strong financial position despite an operating loss of almost £5m.
Birds Eye is targeting zero waste to landfill for its manufacturing operations by 2014 under revised plans, a year ahead of its original target.
An energy recovery park is predicted to deliver a £1.5bn boost to the Northwest economy once it goes live in three years' time.
Ministers and delegation heads have signed a Ministerial Declaration at the World Water Forum in Marseille, underlining that they are "determined to address water challenges at all scales".
The Welsh Government has unveiled plans to utilise tidal energy in a bid to help businesses benefit from energy efficiency opportunities and stimulate Wales' job market.
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