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Even before its first meeting, the new forum looks set for skirmishes over the criteria to be used in selecting compounds for risk assessment
Fuel cell technology which could spearhead a revolution in renewable and small-scale generation is to be developed on a commercial scale by Innogy, part of National Power
New US research indicates that exposure to phthalate plasticisers is higher than expected - and cosmetics may be the source
Dundee’s state-of-the-art energy-from-waste plant has suffered a major fire which has also set back efforts to rebuild public confidence in incineration in the city
Regulations to implement the integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) regime in Scotland came into force at the end of September, eleven months late
The international effort to finalise rules under the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gases comes to a head in November - but competing blocs in the talks look as divided as ever
Government policies on climate change and transport hung in the balance at the end of September as the fall-out from the road fuel crisis began to settle
Bringing PVC into alignment with the framework for sustainability produced by The Natural Step will require bold and strategic action
Swedish pump manufacturer ITT Flygt has joined the select but growing band of companies to publish a “sustainability report”
An outbreak of cryptosporidiosis in Belfast met with delays and confusion in the province’s health and water services
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