The government has today announced up to £60m of new funding aimed at boosting the sustainable packaging industry and reducing the impact of harmful plastics on the environment
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) is set to back wide-ranging restriction on microplastics in products, having found that their impact on terrestrial and freshwater environments is worse than the oceans
Some of Europe’s largest carpet manufacturers are selling products containing high levels of toxins, including substances suspected to be carcinogenic by the European Chemicals Agency, new research has revealed
The waste and recycling industry has welcomed yesterday’s budget, which contains plans for a plastic tax but environmental groups say it does not go far enough
As the government prepares to plug an impending governance gap in the UK’s post-Brexit environmental regulation, Simon Pickstone looks at what is in store for the ‘precautionary principle’
Yorkshire Water has begun a trial of producing concrete using reused treated wastewater, which it says is a UK first
An increase in landfilling for the fourth year running, a capacity crunch, multiple bans on waste exports and ongoing uncertainty provided by Brexit. Is England facing a perfect storm? Conor McGlone investigates
The chemicals sector would face major disruption if the UK left the EU without a deal, according to a new guidance document published by DEFRA
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