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Water firms and Ofwat are pouring cold water on a programme to demonstrate how oestrogens can be removed from sewage
Chemical firms, their regulators and environmental groups are seeking a means to extend REACH regulation to chemicals used in products
ENDS identifies Scotland's best and worst run industrial sites based on data from SEPA's OPRA scheme
The latest waste statistics give little support to forecasts of 3% growth in domestic waste - so regions may have to revise their plans
A coalition of smaller environmental groups has criticised Future Forests and other firms which offer to make clients 'carbon neutral'
The UK emissions trading scheme has come under strong attack at a parliamentary inquiry - and DEFRA is now looking to drain the huge surplus of allowances
The long-awaited strategy offers little to help the beleaguered combined heat and power industry meet official targets for 2010
The European Commission has criticised allocation plans from many Member States - including the UK - and launched proceedings against six which have yet to submit a plan
The Government consultation on a new sustainability strategy avoids learning lessons from the past five years, with much of the business community yet to come on board
Plans to require firms to publish operating and financial reviews may bring a step change in disclosure of environmental information
The Waste and Resources Action Programme spearheads the Government's plans to boost recycling - and has set ambitious targets on waste collection and education
Pizza Express has been handed the biggest fine yet for a single company under the producer responsibility regime for packaging
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