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Generator TXU's first IPPC permit pushes the company towards ISO 14001 and continuous environmental improvement
Risk assessments prepared by the UK have been rejected by other EC states which favour a more precautionary approach
The Prime Minister's second environmental speech left renewable energy trailing despite promises of a £100 million cash injection
The DIY retailer is engaging with its suppliers to identify a flexible way of making products "toxics safe" by 2005
The Deputy Prime Minister told MPs that US insistence on greenhouse gas emission targets for developing nations may scupper the global agreement
The Government's waste plans lack ambition and vision according to a report released by a Commons sub-committee
New reservior plans are given cautious approval in the Environment Agency's 25-year water resources plan
A draft EC Directive on the design of electrical and electronic equipment proposes a role for the EMAS environmental management scheme in demonstrating compliance
The Chancellor dropped plans for a pesticides tax, promised reform of the landfill tax credits scheme and confirmed cuts in duty for petrol and diesel
Anglian's search for corporate sustainability indicators has led it to consider ecological footprinting and environmental accounting
A water industry conference considered the impact of onerous regulations introduced last year to control the waterborne stomach bug
Sewerage undertakers have no statutory rights to discharge to canals or other water courses, according to a Court of Appeal ruling
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