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Missing from politicians' response to the recent floods is a public signal that drainage needs overhauling.
The Environment Agency is considering whether to reclassify some waste fuels as non-waste.
Two US scientific panels disagree over the health risks posed by the plastics intermediate.
Green groups warn government over plans to fast track building projects.
Industry-wide recalls of toys containing high levels of lead has put the Centre on the back foot.
A leaked ministerial briefing urges the government to water down its renewable energy targets.
Expanding broadband networks are likely to drive up carbon emissions.
More radioactive particles have been removed from beaches near the Sellafield nuclear facility.
Building material makers are competing over their products' green credentials for 2012 Olympic venues.
Waste disposal authorities are not providing sufficient data for validation of their LATS returns.
The flood of foreign investment into China is fuelling growth for environmental consultants.
Water companies are implementing a new management system to deliver top-quality drinking water.
ExxonMobil is belatedly proposing measures to curb carbon emissions.
The government has set out the policy changes needed make 'zero-carbon homes' a reality.
The Environment Agency is developing a new water resources strategy with a focus on efficiency.
Electricity companies are resisting moves to tighten rules around green tariffs.
The government’s revised air quality strategy proposes only a few new measures to protect health.
Major manufacturers of electrical appliances are pressing for mandatory energy efficiency standards.
A UK metal recycler has been given a huge fine for operating outside its permitted hours.
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