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The victims of what is reported to be the largest modern slavery ring ever to be uncovered in the UK talk to ENDS about how they ended up working in a recycling plant, and how they eventually escaped their captors
Hundreds of historic landfills are located in areas susceptible to flooding, an analysis by ENDS has found. The finding adds to growing concerns that old tips could become major sources of pollution as a result of climate change if no action is taken to protect them
All of one major waste firm’s sites were in the highest A and B compliance bands in 2019, according to official data, with several other companies close behind. We talk to them about their approach to compliance
Pollutant releases to air in the UK in 2019 were up slightly compared with the previous year, but have almost halved over the past decade, according to data contained in DEFRA’s UK Pollutant Release and Transfer Register
The Environment Agency has reported that radioactive objects found on the beaches around Sellafield posed a 'very low' risk to health
The government is trying to reduce the water sector’s reliance on storm overflows after data showed raw sewage was released in waterways for 3.1 million hours in 2020
The need to retrofit urban areas to cope with a changing climate, and mitigate its existing impacts, is one of the great engineering challenges of our times. A project in Cardiff seeks to deliver these objectives through green infrastructure
A new consultation has set out the key elements of a proposed scheme that will make packaging producers take on the full cost of managing their products’ waste
A judgment from the European Court of Justice earlier this year holding that the European Commission must take a more robust approach to its quasi-political decisions on authorising the use of chemicals, could have major implications for UK chemicals regulations
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