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Water companies have voiced fears that Ofwat's plans to require them to share drinking water mains could compromise the quality and consistency of supplies.
The air quality target for fine particulates - which the Government is planning to scrap - could be met by concerted action on traffic pollution, according to a report for the DETR
Output from renewable energy and combined heat and power plants is growing - but far too slowly to meet Government targets
Castle Cement's purchase of two solvent recovery businesses underlines its determination to burn a variety of wastes as fuel
A revival of interest in municipal waste-to-energy schemes has led to a large number of developers seeking planning permission
Denmark and Sweden have taken steps to discourage use of LAS, a key ingredient in many detergents - and the UK may come under pressure to follow suit
The Environment Agency wants to increase regulatory fees by up to 20% to cover its increased workload under the IPPC regime
The new European Commissioners have set out their plans for environmental policy - and early tensions over the proposed EC energy tax and nuclear power are already apparent
Most executives in a recent international survey believed their companies could extract value by moving towards sustainability
The waste management industry faces pressure to emerge from its shell and explore ways of communicating with the public
Recycling targets under the draft EC Directive on waste electrical equipment would reduce overall environmental impacts and may be cost-effective, according to new DTI study
Chemical firm Associated Octel has been fined £180,000, after an escape of bromine from its works in Anglesey.
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