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DEFRA is examining the possibility of removing up to 4,000 industrial processes from local authority pollution control
Europe's greenhouse gas emissions rose again in 2003, leading the EU badly off course on its Kyoto Protocol targets
A modelling study has shown that water companies will have to strip phosphates from most sewage works to protect lowland rivers
The UK's only manufacturer of cathode ray tubes has stopped using recovered glass from old TVs and monitors
The Kyoto Protocol's reliance on targets and penalties to reduce greenhouse emissions will fail, the Lords Economic Affairs Committee says
The Government has admitted that it could face infraction proceedings for breaching EU rules on landfilling hazardous waste
The Environment Department has launched guidelines to help companies to report on their environmental performance
A pilot of the EU REACH proposals involving industry and regulators has concluded that both need a change of mindset to make the legislation work
An ENDS survey shows that a quarter of hazardous waste producers expect problems finding landfill capacity following the introduction of new controls
Many leading firms now recognise that supply chain management is a long-term process of engagement
Rationing individuals' carbon emissions is gaining credence among environmentalists - but will the public and media buy it?
A west London food firm has been fined £140,000 for ten breaches of an odour abatement noise issued by Ealing council
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