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Ecogen has failed to overturn MoD objections to a windfarm planned in Northumberland - one of hundreds of proposals opposed by the Ministry
The Institution of Chemical Engineers has launched sustainability indicators to help firms measure their performance
English Nature and the Environment Agency have put forward farm plans and taxes as instruments to counter diffuse agricultural pollution
Cleanaway has unveiled a new materials recycling facility which is the first of a new breed of automated segregation plants
Marketing managers are waking up to the importance of a company's social and environmental values in differentiating brands
The House of Lords inquiry into the costs of the packaging Directive has heard that regulators lack enforcement options against transgressors
The Environment Agency has revised its consenting procedures for discharges which contain or are liable to contain hazardous substances
A major international study tries to identify the sustainable development issues facing the cement industry - but skates over the challenge posed by the sector's CO2 emissions
A row over Rugby Cement's plans to burn waste tyres has exposed the Environment Agency's difficulties in winning the public's confidence on health issues
The Government is struggling to draw up rules to allow emission reduction projects into the UK trading scheme. The main difficulty is showing that the savings are truly "additional"
Waste company Grundon has been fined £50,000, and its chairman £15,000, for deliberately discharging foul water in contravention of advice from the Environment Agency
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