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The go-ahead for Thames Water's desalination plant is a missed opportunity for direct effluent re-use.
Water quality could improve without increasing carbon emissions.
Flybe has launched an eco-label for its aircraft.
Plans are being forged to share carbon capture and storage technology.
The Environment Agency is in a legal tussle to get Monsanto to pay for clean-up at Brofiscin Quarry.
Advertising agencies and businesses have been urged to develop a standard for green claims.
An Environment Agency investigation into contaminated soil at a landfill site drags on without prosecutions.
Firms are turning to product labelling as they're pushed to address home electronics energy efficiency.
The spread of desalination to the UK raises concerns about environmental impacts.
Thames Water hopes to complete a huge, £200 million desalination plant on the Thames Estuary at Beckton, East London, in 2009 after the government gave planning permission this month.
Climate change and waste reuse are included in revised performance indicators for local authorities.
Statutory successors to gas companies which caused contamination are not liable for clean-up, say Lords.
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