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The food & drink sector has topped the environmental spending league after the chemical industry slashed spending on pollution control
The new study which found a small statistical link between landfills and birth defects failed to consider likely pollution pathways
The import of paper from sources allegedly responsible for destroying Indonesian rainforest has raised supply chain questions
The Government has slashed its projections on energy-from-waste incineration capacity - and, to compensate, has increased the size of the obligation to supply other renewables
The three-year review of company law leaves it up to directors to decide whether environmental and social issues are important and whether to report on them
A DTI consultation paper on implementing the EU Directive on end-of-life vehicles (ELVs) floats ideas on collection, treatment and recycling, but avoid the thorny issue of costs
The European Commission has limited the scope of it proposed environmental liability regime and is proposing a more limited role for environmental organisations
The UK greenhouse gas trading scheme, unveiled in August, contains new sweeteners for industry - but conflicts with EU proposals
The nuclear waste company has woken up to stakeholder concerns and is seeking to adopt a new transparent culture
The internal inquiry considered 52 detailed allegations about the conduct of Nirex's research programme.
Waste businesses are to face a statutory duty to charge fees sufficient to cover the costs of landfill operation and aftercare.
Leading environmental consultancy WS Atkins has been ordered to pay £3,700 for its part in a landfill pollution incident
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