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2003 saw a huge rate of growth in UK certificates to international environmental management standard ISO14001
The fifth annual sustainability report from the motor industry shows falling environmental impacts from UK vehicle manufacturing
Fresh legal clashes over Britain's worst sewage odour problem have cast renewed doubt on existing policy on the issue
Greenpeace has applauded five global product manufacturers - Puma, Nokia, Adidas, Unilever and Chicco -for agreeing to phase out hazardous substances
A Bill to tighten up controls on fly-tipping, litter and abandoned cars has been introduced into Parliament
Proposals to revise guidance on waste planning and municipal strategies include removing the concept of BPEO from waste policy
The Government is seeking views on a range of measures to get it back on target to reduce carbon dioxide emissions
Ministers have belatedly submitted revised proposals to implement the large combustion plant Directive - but face a struggle in convincing the European Commission
Avonmouth chemical company Sevalco took heavy fines in a case involving deception and misreporting of discharge data
An "environmental justice" Bill is looking like a strong contender for inclusion in Labour's general election manifesto, with Ministers keen to pursue flexible sentencing options
Gordon Brown's pre-Budget report includes few environmental measures but sets out a heavyweight attack on the business impacts of regulatory instruments
An important judgement addresses the extent to which local authorities must have regard to "best practicable environmental option" in planning applications
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