The UK is missing out on opportunities to extract greater value
from its waste at home and abroad, according to a new report.
DS Smith has welcomed China's green fence policy and said it will
help to improve the quality of recyclates.
Trade investment strategies driven by big business are in danger of turning water into a commodity, a Friends of the Earth study has warned.
England is a poor circular economy contender compared with Scotland and Wales due to its focus on the bottom of the waste hierarchy, new research claims.
Liz Gyekye presents the 2013 waste industry highlights across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and offers a sneak preview of what's in store for 2014
Regents Place, a 13-acre mixed-use site, located north of the Euston Road, has undergone a transformation to establish the building as an exemplar of sustainable development.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has become the first major company to sign up to UNICEF's new carbon offset project, which aims to improve the health and lives of vulnerable children while cutting carbon emissions.
Kimberly-Clark Professional is embarking on worldwide programme to recycle single-use cleanroom and laboratory gloves.
British Gas is piloting 28 Nissan electric vans throughout the winter to determine the future viability of 100% electric vehicle technology as part of its 13,000 home service vans fleet.
Water is the latest natural resource under threat from fracking and unless the risks are properly assessed, certain areas could face real shortfalls in supply. Maxine Perella reports
Shifting from a black-sack weekly collection service to a new bin
system has helped Ashford Borough Council to boost its recycling
rate from 14% to 52%.
Cross-sector businesses, many of which are construction firms, have joined with Government to launch an initiative that aims to cut 24 million tonnes of carbon emissions from infrastructure projects by 2050.
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