Issue : 11 June 2010
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The elusive dream of CHP in the UKSubscription
Paul Levett on why we need more combined heat and power plants in the UK
Are landfill bans an intervention too far?Subscription
Dee Moloney considers whether landfill bans are as good an idea as is being made out
The Welsh Assembly Government has put plans to increase renewable use and reduce construction waste in local planning decisions at the heart of its new planning policy.
Waste paper merchant Ideal Waste Paper is expanding its operations by building a materials recycling facility (MRF) at its new site in Swanley, Kent.
Methane emissions from UK landfill sites were among the highest of any EU15 country in 2008, a European Environment Agency (EEA) report warns.
Social enterprises in the environment sector have recorded the highest average growth in the UK, according to the first ever report designed to track the growth of social businesses.
Government funding for developing renewable energy technologies needs to be more co-ordinated if the UK is to reach its 2020 renewable energy targets, according to a report published by the National Audit Office.
Biffa and Greenstar are to be integrated after NTR agreed to sell Greenstar UK to Biffa’s controlling shareholders for £135m.
Former Conservative agriculture, countryside and environment spokesmen are due to stand as candidates for the first Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Select Committee Chair election today.
Veolia given until end of July to submit further evidence relating to Rainworth EfW plansSubscription
Veolia Environmental Services Nottinghamshire have been given until the end of July by the Planning Inspector to circulate a shadow assessment of building and operating an energy from waste (EfW) facility in Rainworth, Nottinghamshire.