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Remediation work on a notorious contaminated site in Wales is racing to meet the looming deadline on landfill of hazardous waste
Standards of pollution control at European refineries vary widely - and the UK is merely an "average" performer
Power stations and roadstone plants will no longer be permitted to burn waste oil, the Environment Department has accepted
Energy regulator Ofgem is calling for an accreditation scheme to oversee "green electricity" tariffs for business and householders
The Environmental Industries Commission has attacked scaremongering by industry and "inadequate" assessment of policies' impacts
The Government and the European Commission are locked in dispute over allocation for the EU emissions trading scheme
The Scottish Executive has set out investment priorities for the water industry - but is risking heavy fines for breaching EU legislation
The new European Commission has set out plans for 2005, against a row over whether environmental policy is being downgraded
Greenhouse gas emissions threaten to trigger melting of the ice caps, acidification of the oceans and a major loss of biodiversity, scientsts told a major conference in February
As a retailer, Boots the Chemist welcomes the REACH chemicals legislation - but faces significant challenges as a user and importer
The prospects for mechanical/biological treatment, widely touted as a solution to local authorities' waste problems, hinge on the creation of markets for refuse-derived fuel
Chemicals firm Rhodia has been hit with a hefty fine for a chlorine leak caused by "deficient" management at its Staveley works
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