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A major UK fund manager has announced that it will vote against the annual report and accounts of companies which do not produce environmental reports
Dioxin contamination of meat and dairy produce in Belgium in 1999 may result in 8,000 cancers according to a study
Eighteen offshore wind sites are up for lease but funding and planning considerations are still uncertain
Our survey of packaging waste reprocessors does little to dispel concern that revenue from the sales of packaging waste recovery notes (PRNs) is being wasted
DIY retailer B&Q has announced plans to phase out the use of peat in all products by the end of the decade
Local authorities will face statutory annual targets to reduce landfilling of biodegradable municipal waste, under the Government's proposals to issue tradeable permits
Proposed amendments to the EC Directive on major accident hazards are set to hit the petroleum products sector
Pollution from open air pyres and make-shift carcass dumps escalated through April, and has damaged MAFF's credibility
Confidential documents posted on an environmental group's website have dealt a blow to industry efforts to build public trust
71 paper mills have now applied for integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) permits. What difference will it make?
Biodegradable plastics are climbing up the corporate agenda - despite disadvantages they cause in methane-emitting landfills
Thames Water was fined for breaching IPC authorisations at two sludge incinerators, pointing to failures in its ISO 14001 environmental management system
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