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How the Brexit deal could lead to a red tape headache for waste ...

How the Brexit deal could lead to a red tape headache for waste

While the waste industry has welcomed the UK’s eleventh-hour trade deal, there are fears that an attempt to avoid a ‘race to the bottom’ could increase the regulatory burdens placed on the industry. Conor McGlone reports... Read more

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Sustainability

Decarbonised ammonia hailed as stepping stone for the hydrogen economy

Australian chemical engineers have developed a process that produces ammonia without the enormous greenhouse gas emissions associated with the conventional production method

Environmental Politics

How the Environment Bill changed in committee

Ahead of the Commons’ third reading of the Environment Bill, here’s what you need to know about how the draft legislation has changed during the committee stage

Waste

Natural Resources Wales identifies non-compliance issues following landfill site fire

Natural Resources Wales has issued a warning to the owners of a landfill site after it identified non-compliance issues around its environmental permit in the wake of a fire at the site last year

Legislation

‘Deeply troubling’: Environment Bill delayed again

The repeatedly delayed Environment Bill is to be bumped by at least six months into the next parliamentary session, ministers have confirmed, prompting green groups to question the validity of the government’s commitment to its much vaunted green agenda

Land, Ecology & Development

Plans announced to reintroduce white-tailed sea eagles to Norfolk

Plans have been revealed to introduce white-tailed sea eagles as part of a rewilding project in Norfolk

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Brexit Hub Chemicals

‘Unravelling an omelette back into eggs’: What does the Brexit deal mean for chemicals regulation?

‘Unravelling an omelette back into eggs’: What does the Brexit deal mean for chemicals regulation?

Great Britain can now choose to deviate from EU chemicals regulations, but the key question is how likely it is to do so and whether industry will be willing to play ball, finds Adam Branson

Agriculture & forestry

Lugg controversy: Why do landowners make such grave environmental errors?

Lugg controversy: Why do landowners make such grave environmental errors?

Some landowners are great custodians of the environment, while others have been seen to trash the natural world in their care. How do some get it so right and others so wrong? James Fair reports

Contaminated land

England and Wales’ toxic landfills: 8 things you need to know

England and Wales’ toxic landfills: 8 things you need to know

Last week, ENDS uncovered and mapped the locations of hundreds of toxic landfill sites buried beneath farmland, parks, housing and schools across England and Wales. Experts say the problem is ‘waiting to creep up on us and bite us in a very big way’. Here’s what you need to know

Contaminated land

EXCLUSIVE: Locations of hundreds of buried toxic landfills revealed

EXCLUSIVE: Locations of hundreds of buried toxic landfills revealed

The sites of hundreds of old buried landfills containing hazardous waste have been uncovered in an investigation by the ENDS Report, which also reveals the locations of hundreds more dumps whose contents remain unknown even to the Environment Agency

Hazardous waste

MAPPED: England and Wales’ toxic legacy landfills

MAPPED: England and Wales’ toxic legacy landfills

An ENDS investigation has located hundreds of buried landfills containing hazardous waste across England and Wales. Search ENDS' map to see if there's one close to you

Brexit Hub Environmental Law

Does the Brexit deal endanger environmental protections?

Does the Brexit deal endanger environmental protections?

The deal states that the UK or the EU ‘shall not weaken or reduce’ protections but demonstrating breaches of the clause would mean one party having to prove that changes would affect trade or investment. David Burrows reports

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