Commercial waste arisings are falling at a faster rate than household waste across Scotland according to official figures released yesterday (May 17).
Thames Water has unveiled plans to launch an additional four-week consultation round on amendments to its proposed Thames Tunnel project.
A greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction scheme has seen Edinburgh Airport and Edinburgh Napier University become the first organisations to pass the standard.
Telecoms giant O2 has joined forces with the Carbon Trust to measure the carbon footprint of its services - becoming, it has claimed, the first network operator to gain certification.
British households are individually throwing away £800 worth of electrical appliances every year that could be reused or recycled according to new research.
Nestlé Waters claims to have developed the UK's lightest bottled water product with the opening of its new £35m production factory in Buxton last week.
The winter crisis of 2010/11 has forced Northern Ireland Water to change the way that it operates. In an exclusive interview, chief executive Trevor Haslett gives WWT editor Natasha Wiseman the inside story
Climate change polices could slash volatility in global oil, gas and coal prices by 50% by 2050, energy secretary Ed Davey has claimed.
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