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A village near ICI's Runcorn complex has been severly blighted by the discovery that a toxic chemical has leaked into houses from one of the company's old waste tips
A pilot initiative to raise awareness of household waste has underlined the huge challenge of promoting widespread uptake of recycling and composting
Small, highly efficient combined heat and power units small enough to meet the energy needs of a single household could be on the market within two years
The Government’s decision to drop a pesticides tax and its handling of a planned tax on aggregates have been panned by the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee
The glasshouse industry has told MPs it will suffer dramatically from the climate change levy - and pig and poultry farmers have comlained over the costs of implementing IPPC
The Government has issued draft regulations which will implement a new contaminated land regime from 1 April
The European Commission’s White Paper on environmental liability proposes strict liability for damage to people, property and the environment - including biodiversity
The Government’s long-awaited policy for supporting renewable energy has failed to support offshore wind and energy crops because of Ministers’ desire to cut costs
Leading think tanks are promoting the concept of “environmental modernisation” - and its links with internet commerce - in a bid to engage the Prime Minister with green issues
Three damning safety reports and a scandal over data falsification have cast a shadow over BNFL’s business in MOX fuel and the future of its THORP reprocessing plant
The first prosecution of a company certified under the EC eco-management and audit scheme took place in February - but the firm has not lost its registration
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