Last year's third quarter saw a 2.6% increase in the amount of UK
electricity generated using renewables compared with the third
quarter of 2011.
More than 85% of Coca-Cola Enterprise's (CCE) new refrigerator
purchases since 2011 have been HFC-free and as of 2013 all
commercial arrangements for new refrigerators will meet this
Two British companies have been awarded a share of £20m in
Government funding in an attempt to drive growth in the UK marine
The future of commingled recycled collections could be decided in the next few weeks after the judge overseeing the Judicial Review ended the hearing in Cardiff on Tuesday (26 February) to consider his verdict.
A not-for-profit scheme is expanding its e-waste recycling capabilities to meet what it sees as a growing demand in the market for unwanted electrical items.
A long-term budget plan, which will see the non-domestic Renewable
Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme modelled on the solar feed-in tariff,
has been unveiled by the Government today.
The Energy Saving Trust (EST) is to offer 100 businesses in England
free analysis of their fleets to establish how electrical vehicles
could reduce costs.
Without a sufficient level of support from the Government, Britain
risks surrendering its world lead in marine energy, according to a
report released today by RenewableUK.
Oxfam has launched a brand scrutiny exercise of some of the world's largest food and beverage companies in a call for greater transparency.
Investment in the European energy-from-waste (EfW) market is expected to reach $5bn by 2016 as landfill diversion strategies gather pace over the next three years.
FCC Environment, one of the UK's leading waste management companies, has thrown its weight behind the Resource Revolution.
Improving sustainability and delivering on the green agenda is a priority for the government, public sector and businesses large and small, so it is no surprise that service departments are being asked to play their part, says Mark Forrest.
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