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Environment Secretary Margaret Beckett set out her thoughts on the role of the corporate social responsibility in achieving sustainable development in February
The Environment Agency is asking paper firms to examine their use of harmful chemicals, explore alternatives to land spreading of sludge and reduce noise under IPPC
The Government's Advisory Committee on Hazardous Substances used its first open meeting, in February, to discuss plastics additives and performance indicators
EMR, Biffa and Endeva are to establish a national scheme for the take-back and recycling of electrical appliances to aid company compliance under the WEEE Directive
Scotland has passed legislation to implement the EU water framework Directive, which has been extended to include measures on sustainable development and urban drainage systems
Waste operators will face humiliating reviews of their status following conviction, the Environment Agency has proposed in new consultation papers
In its most high-profile prosecution for several years, the Environment Agency has secured fines totalling £100,000 against one of Britain's leading clinical waste disposal contractors, Eurocare
Scientists warn that the climate may be poised on a knife edge as the ocean circulation weakens, threatening a severe change in global temperatures and rainfall patterns
A future hydrogen economy is seen as the holy grail for energy and transport policy. But a recent official report challenges the technology's immediate future
A judgment by the Court of Appeal over a fish processing company's losses arising from marine oil provides important principles on the limitation of claims that can be made
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