The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has said it will offer support to operators in implementing Scotland's 2021 biodegradable landfill ban, as part of its sector plan, published on Monday
DEFRA’s latest consultation on waste crime includes proposals on operator competency and new guidance for the EA but with no mention of a reform to the carriers, brokers and dealers regime, does it go far enough? Conor McGlone reports
The Health and Safety Executive has issued revised and extended guidance on how businesses producing, importing or using chemicals should respond to no-deal Brexit
A target to reduce emissions from agriculture to net zero should be set in legislation, according to Green Party MP Caroline Lucas, who has put forward an amendment to the agriculture bill on the issue
An amendment to the EU’s REACH Regulation on chemicals has clarified registrants’ obligations to provide information on nano-scale substances
DEFRA has drafted changes to the Environmental Permitting Regulations to ensure that they function after Brexit, with implications for the future regulation of heavy industry
The government’s proposed green watchdog will have the ability to take the government to court, environment minister Thérèse Coffey confirmed yesterday
A Brexit transition period would see the UK continue to accept EU regulation without any formal representation. Simon Pickstone asks Brussels experts what it would mean for British influence on key environmental issues
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