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  • The Daldowie sludge plant and the Newton Farm estate

    Sewage sludge plant appeals offensive odour enforcement notice

    An enforcement notice ordering a halt to offensive odours from a sewage sludge processing plant in Glasgow is “unreasonable, inadequate and unlawful”, according to its operator

  • money

    What the Environment Agency’s latest charging reforms mean for industry

    The Environment Agency has proposed changes to its controversial new charging scheme only eight months after it entered into force. Gareth Simkins looks into the amendments

  • Landfill gas generator

    Environment Agency changes course on fees

    The Environment Agency (EA) has opened a consultation on amending its new charging scheme and has dropped plans to allow operators of closed landfills to self-assess their impacts on the environment.

  • Mary Creagh MP, chair, Environmental Audit Committee

    The watchdog watcher: Interview with Mary Creagh

    ‘The government has got far more experience putting down watchdogs than setting them up’. Environmental audit committee chair Mary Creagh talks to Conor McGlone about what Brexit could mean for environmental protections in the UK

  • Veolia Water's sewage sludge incinerators in Belfast

    No ETS penalties issued in Northern Ireland

    Northern Ireland’s Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has not imposed a single penalty under the EU’s emissions trading system (ETS), it has told ENDS

  • Viridor's Cardiff Energy Recovery Facility

    Welsh regulator to hike charges

    Natural Resources Wales is consulting on plans to increase a wide range of its fees and charges from 1 April next year and has warned of more fundamental change in the future

  • An EfW plant

    DEFRA denies lobbying EU for weaker EfW emissions standards

    DEFRA has denied claims that that it has been lobbying for proposals that would weaken new EU rules on toxic emissions from waste incinerators

  • Photocatalytic used on the residence of the Swedish Ambassador to the UK

    Government advisors reject claims for NOx-destroying paint

    The government’s Air Quality Expert Group (AQEG) has rejected the idea that surface coatings intended to remove pollution should be included as part of government strategy, despite strong protestation from some sectors of industry

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