Everyone is entitled to their opinion.
With Recycle Week in full flow, James Rubin, chief executive of waste clearance firm Enviro Waste, highlights the huge importance of tackling e-waste in the transition to a circular economy.
In the UK, we produce more than 300 million tonnes of general waste each year.
Only 2% of e-waste is reused, even though 23% is suitable for reuse. So what
should be done about it?
The UK Government's resource efficiency body has unveiled details of its strategic plan for the next five years, with an aim to "create the step-change needed to meet the demands of future generations".
Businesses are facing a 'sustainability crunch' and finding it harder to implement sustainability policies, according to a new survey of UK facilities managers.
Renewable sources provided a record 22.3% of the UK's electricity in the first quarter of 2015, thanks to a boom in biomass production and large-scale solar installations.
Lancashire County Council has turned down Cuardrilla's planning application for fracking at Roseacre Wood.
EXCLUSIVE: Britain's transition to a circular economy is being stifled by an unenthusiastic Government that is seemingly reluctant to support EU regulation, according to Scotland's Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead.
Google will convert an old coal-fired power plant in rural Alabama into a data centre powered by renewable power, expanding the company's move into the energy world.
Formula E will close it out its 10-race season this weekend in London's iconic Battersea Park, in front of 60,000 cheering petrolheads.
Nissan has saved 50mkg of carbon emissions with sales of its Nissan LEAF in Europe, the company announced this week.
This week has produced some surprising numbers, from edie readers' views on nuclear power to the Government's planned part-privatisation of the Green Investment Bank.
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