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Shares in pharmaceutical businesses with the best environmental standards have outperformed laggards by 17%
Charges for regulators' oversight of Britain's most hazardous installations have changed the relationship between inspectors and industry, according to an official study
The recent crypto scare in Glasgow has provoked a political storm and undermined public confidence in the newly formed Scottish Water
Retailers including Boots and Marks & Spencer are supporting a campaign by Friends of the Earth to report on plans to phase out hazardous chemicals
Compliance with EU emission ceilings may be jeopardised if the UK opts for a low-cost approach on large combustion plants
The Environment Agency is calling for statutory producer responsibility to be imposed on vehicle and tyre producers
The Environment Agency has set out a new framework for monitoring, control and communication activities on chemicals
OPRA performance ratings published by the Environment Agency point the finger at a hardcore of highly hazardous but poorly managed processes
Many observers are predicting a sea-change in US corporate attitudes as a nation rattled by terrorist attacks and corporate corruption seeks a change in business values
British implementation plans for the EU landfill Directive were thrown off course in July when Member States failed to agree waste acceptance criteria
Environmental regulators may be watching with concern the outcome of civil litigation following the 1999 Ladbroke Grove rail disaster
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