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Industry sectors are engaged in frantic lobbying to maximise their allocations under the EU emissions trading scheme
Surprisingly few fire extinguishers containing halons have been sent for disposal, despite the new ban on these ozone depleters
British and Dutch scientists are at loggerheads over the impact of UK nitrate discharges on coastal water quality
Waste electrical and electronic equipment is to be transported from council waste sites to recyclers under a set of logistics contracts, according to plans by a business-led initiative
Retailers and chemicals manufacturers have set up a forum to address public concerns about chemicals in retail products
The Treasury has been likened to an "arthritic sloth" over environmental taxation in an inquiry by the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee
Future increases in landfill tax should be recycled into targeted grants to help businesses apply waste efficiency measures, according to a report for the Treasury
Data from the new European Pollutant Emission Register raise questions about the environmental performance of businesses in different Member States
Three Teesside organic chemicals companies which have applied for IPPC permits talk about their experiences
SecondSite Property, a subsidiary of National Grid Transco, has been extracting value from polluted former gasworks and returning much needed land to the marketplace
The effectiveness of the Carbon Trust's enhanced capital allowances scheme for energy-efficient equipment is under scrutiny
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