Trade associations say government must not cut resources allocated to tackling fly-tipping, exporting hazardous waste, or organised waste crime
Government spending on waste crime such as fly-tipping or exporting hazardous materials must not be a casualty of the spending cuts imposed on Whitehall, four leading trade associations have argued. ...
In her latest Table Talk column Louise Gray warns that choosing fairtrade, organic or Rainforest Alliance is no longer enough to save the humble banana
German electronics giant takes four per cent stake in UK developer Ceres Power in support of plans to scale up development and production of fuel cell technology
Council teams up with 10:10 and Scene to look at whether installing underground heat pumps in green spaces could generate revenue for services
EPA proposes 'Affordable Clean Energy Rule', predicting relaxation of emissions rules will cut coal power polluters' compliance costs by up to $400m a year