Wrexham County Borough Council (WCBC) has pledged to cut its carbon emissions by 50% by 2016, against a 2011 baseline, by installing solar panels on its social housing stock.
Tighter controls on e-waste are urgently required if the Government's Resource Action Plan is to deliver on its ambitions, industry leaders have said.
Small companies have been urged to make use of the 'green channel' to help speed up the intellectual property (IP) patent process for their eco-friendly ideas.
Recovery levels for building and construction plastics waste appear to be on the rise across Europe as a whole, but there are strong disparities in performance at state level.
Extreme weather caused by climate change could increase electricity bills for UK businesses by £335m a year in by 2030 - with the retail sector hit hardest.
Nestlé is drawing up a set of indicators to track performance against its global water usage commitments over the next five years.
A trio of low-carbon technology projects run by the University of Bath (UoB) to integrate renewable sources with the electricity grid have secured more than £1m of Ofgem funding.
Combating fuel poverty requires a renewed and ambitious strategy centred on improving the housing of those at risk and cutting energy waste says the final report of a Government-backed review.
Defra has announced a £15m scheme to help fund novel waste reduction solutions in food manufacture.
The UK faces some serious challenges if it is to maintain the balance of water supplies through the 21st century. Steven Lambert, principal consultant at Isle Utilities, believes interconnection and innovation is the answer
Manufacturers will be expected to forge closer ties with waste companies and local authorities to improve end-of-life product recovery levels under the Government's Resource Action Plan.
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