Judge in case said high fines are necessary to ensure organisations take environmental offences more seriously
Thames Water has been ordered to pay a record £1m fine, after toxic sewage waste from one of its treatment works leaked into a canal. The case was brought by the Environment Agency against the water...
The falling cost of solar power and batteries is having a "significant impact" on the coal sector, says national mining company in Coal Vision 2030 consultation
Slight year-on-year uptick in household recycling welcomed by industry, but green groups highlight 'packaging waste mountain' revealed by latest Defra figures
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Many consumer-facing companies with recognizable brands are taking action, but companies lower down in the supply chain are not, a new study finds