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The LibDems have a monopoly on green taxation plans as Labour and the Tories leave a vacuum.
The Health & Safety Executive is advising firms on obligations under the EU chemicals regime.
Cement producer Cemex was fined £400,000 for a dust release.
The UK car industry has admitted it will miss a target for new car carbon dioxide emissions.
Stakeholders have commented on proposals for a trading scheme for large non-energy intensive firms.
The Environment Agency is to reduce sampling requirements in some areas to encourage firms to self-monitor.
Intel is the latest PC firm to commit to improving the energy efficiency of its products.
Almost all incinerators will be classified as disposal plants under a proposed energy efficiency threshold.
Collecting batteries cost-effectively will be difficult under the EU batteries and accumulators Directive.
Uncertainties complicate the science of avoiding "dangerous" climate change.
Trials of low- and zero-carbon buildings could clear the way for mainstream energy-efficiency.
Proposed EU operating standards for waste facilities could be problematic, says the Environment Department.
Speculation is mounting that a requirement for annual carbon cuts is imminent.
A High Court decision clarifies the duty of care for waste producers and handlers.
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