The environmental regulator has accepted the findings of its own internal report that says it is failing to reduce the number of high risk illegal waste sites across England
The Tax and Chancery Chamber of the Upper Tribunal has dismissed an attempt to claw back more than £170,000 in tax on aggregates obtained from constructing a marina
Five reasons to attend the ENDS Natural Capital Conference, including to hear best practice natural capital approaches from organisations that have pioneered the method
DEFRA has announced that a refashioned ‘definition of waste panel’ will reopen in June
China’s ban on imports of certain recyclate is a bigger threat to the waste industry than Brexit, say industry insiders, but it is also an opportunity to rethink how the UK recycles its waste. Conor McGlone investigates
The government’s ban on rinse-off microbeads which came into force 9 January has been praised by various groups, but experts call for further action on other sources of the pollutant
Brexit and repeated resource cuts have left DEFRA struggling to fulfil its duties, forcing it to review and de-prioritise aspects of its workload, according to the National Audit Office
The EA, SEPA, NRW and the NIEA have set out the levels at which waste-derived soils need assessing for risks to ecology and wildlife from the presence of chemicals
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