Proposals to deregulate certain activities that could present a flood risk have been given the go-ahead by DEFRA and the Welsh government
Aston Villa Football Club has applied to the Environment Agency (EA) for an abstraction permit as part of the forced relocation of its training ground to make way for HS2
After it emerged the EA has never enforced the waste hierarchy, Conor McGlone asks why the EA is failing to ensure companies follow EU waste laws and what can be done about it
Large producer schemes as well as smaller operators dealing in the packaging recovery note (PRN) system face the prospect of site inspections and compliance checks under plans announced yesterday by the Environment Agency (EA)
Farmers will be paid public money for public goods when the UK leaves the EU, with public goods including measures to mitigate climate change, the government has confirmed
DEFRA is drawing up a total of 91 statutory instruments to be tabled under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, according to environment minister George Eustice
Two men have appeared in court this week for their alleged part in running a huge illegal waste site in Wales over a period of several years
The government is ‘deliberately weakening’ climate change policy by seeking to exclude climate change from its green watchdog, Labour’s shadow Brexit minister has warned
Latest news from our sister site ENDS Europe www.endseurope.com.
News about the waste-to-energy and biomass energy industries from one of our sister sites www.endswasteandbioenergy.com/.