ENDS Report Issue 336, January 2003

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  • Corporate disclosure rules

    The chairman of a group drawing up guidelines on disclosure rules under the Companies Act has defended the group's environmental credentials

  • CO2 capture on the agenda

    Developers of a large clean coal gasification plant in South Wales have proposed that the station's emissions of carbon dioxide could be captured and stored

Waste management

  • Organic waste collections

    An ENDS survey has found that at least seven major in-vessel composting units will be processing organic waste from kerbside collections by April 2004


  • Calls for low-carbon brand

    Consultants have recommended a climate change public awareness campaign based around a low-carbon brand to help cut greenhouse gas emissions



  • Conflict over waste trading

    The House of Lords has criticised the Waste and Emissions Trading Bill for failing to encourage councils with low recycling rates to improve their act

UK policy

  • UK in trading front line

    Electricity generators will come under the EU emissions trading scheme in less than two years, but little thought has been given to the conflicts with UK emissions policies

  • Water hopes dampened

    Environment Secretary Margaret Beckett has lowered expectations about water companies, spending on environmental improvements in the next periodic review


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