Energy company SSE has been slapped with a fine of £1.25m for using misleading doorstep sales tactics to sell energy packages.
Puma has launched an in-store footwear and clothing takeback scheme across all of its stores and outlets in Germany.
A successful monitoring system needs more than an Environment Agency MCERTS certificate, argues Steven Tuck of Pollution & Process Monitoring
Severn Trent Water (STW) has claimed to be the first UK water company to achieve industry certification for its Competence Management System (CMS).
Responding to deep cuts while also looking to boost environmental performance, one council found that moving to commingled collections ticked all the boxes. Raman Selvon explains why
The FTSE4Good Index has placed Sainsbury's at the top of their sustainability table for the retail sector, giving the supermarket chain a score of 4.4 out of five, against a global sector average of 2.43.
Tesco is looking to engage its customers in renewable energy and reignite interest in solar energy by launching a competitive offer on solar electricity systems.
A stormwater system to prevent flooding has been installed during construction works of a new Morrisons packing plant in Somerset.
A drive by businesses in Ireland to improve energy management has seen them save more than €150m in energy costs, according to the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
Energy minister Greg Barker is set to lead a green trade mission to the US in a bid to strengthen trading relations and showcase UK businesses which have benefited from the green economy.
Hundreds of tonnes of waste farm plastic are expected to be collected for recycling throughout County Clare in Ireland over the coming weeks.
Nike has revealed plans to lightweight its shoebox packaging in a bid to cut the weight of the cardboard by 10% and generate cost savings through less material use.
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