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Delays are hampering implementation of IPPC - and fewer than one-third of companies which have applied have yet received a permit
A KPMG survey shows a steep increase in the number of major firms publishing environmental reports - suggesting that Government threats to make this mandatory have paid off
Scotland's drinking water regulator suggests that water companies should expect cryptosporidiosis outbreaks even though supplies meet the statutory treatment limit
A local authority claims that a variable charging scheme for household waste collection has boosted recovery of recyclables and cut waste to landfill
Home Office plans for a new headquarters building appear to breach Government green procurement guidelines by specifying HFC-based air conditioning
The Scottish Executive has proposed that up to 40% of Scotland's electricity could come from renewable sources by 2020
EU Ministers considering the phase-out of mercury cells in the chlor-alkali industry heard that thousands of tonnes of waste mercury will arise with few prospects of acceptable outlets
The World Summit on Sustainable Development in September failed to achieve its aspirations to bring business, NGOs and governments closer together
A review of biocides being conducted under a 1998 EU Directive threatens a radical restructuring of the market with up to 75% of products being withdrawn
The first tidal stream and wave energy devices are now being installed off the coast - but developers need to secure ongoing support from the Government and investors
The High Court has rejected a challenge over the Environment Agency's decision to approve the burning of scrap tyres at Blue Circle's Westbury cement kiln
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