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... Read more
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Waste minister Rebecca Pow has defended the role of energy from waste while once again refusing to rule out the introduction of an incineration tax if recycling rates do not improve
The forthcoming Office for Environmental Protection 'cannot be all things to all' but it will not become the lapdog that so many fear, its chair Dame Glenys Stacey has said
Legal experts have voiced fears over the independence of the Office for Environmental Protection and its ability to hold public bodies to account for failing to adhere to environmental rules, highlighting a range of concerns about the way the body will be underpinned by law
Environment Agency chief executive Sir James Bevan says changes to regulation following the UK’s departure from the EU should ensure green rules are risk based, proportionate, business friendly and outcome focused
Waste sites that have had a fire must ensure that firewater contaminated with persistent organic pollutants is tested before it can be disposed of, under revised guidance published yesterday
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
After a Covid-induced malaise, the next 12 months is set to be a bumper period for strategies and consultations on the swathe of policies needed to address Brexit, climate change, air pollution and biodiversity in the UK
From the return of the Environment Bill to criticisms of the Environment Agency and the failure of all England's water bodies to meet legal quality standards, ENDS looks back at the biggest stories of the year
The Internal Market Bill could undermine devolution and pave the way for a ‘race to the bottom’ on green standards, fear experts. David Burrows reports
England has banned plastic straws, cotton buds and stirrers but appears reluctant to go further on single-use plastics, risking falling behind Scotland and Wales and creating a confusing UK market. David Burrows reports
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