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SEPA is pressuring a local authority to declare an air quality management area close to BP's Grangemouth refinery due to high SO2 levels
Oil giant BP is moving ahead with plans to capture CO2 from an onshore power plant and inject it in a North Sea oil field
The Environment Agency is planning to focus its enforcement activity on "big, bad and nasty" organised crime
More than a quarter of early applications for non-hazardous landfill permits have been refused by the Environment Agency
New flue-gas desulphurisation plant at power stations will hugely increase gypsum supplies and may threaten plasterboard recycling
Oleochemical manufacturers want an end to biodiesel subsidies which they say are driving them to less sustainable oil-based feedstocks
Waste producers are struggling to meet sampling and testing rules as new guidance is published by the Environment Agency
Environmental health officers and key local authorities have condemned draft guidance on sewage odours as "fundamentally flawed"
An industry analysis of the EU REACH proposals has downplayed fears on product withdrawals and impacts on downstream users
Just two years after the energy White Paper, the Government is being pushed to reconsider the case for new nuclear capacity
The PVC industry has weathered attacks on its environmental credentials, but faces challenges on plasticisers and other additives
An explosion in stakeholder engagement in environmental decision-making is forcing both firms and regulators to hone new skills
Thames Water has been fined for £60,000 for an incident in which staff ignored five alarms from an unmanned sewage works
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