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Group announces industry’s first guidelines for impact assessment for cultural heritage

A new partnership was announced on 19 April to create new and necessary free guidance on impact assessment for cultural heritage, which the group says is …

Lakeside EfW’s zero-waste-to-landfill status attributed to patented technology

A seemingly pioneering arrangement between Carbon8 Aggregates and the Lakeside Energy from Waste (EfW) facility at Colnbrook in Berkshire has seen the latter …

Curlews and puffins join the RSPB’s red list, but golden eagles are doing better

A report compiled by the RSPB and others warns that more than one quarter of UK birds are ‘red listed’ and in need of urgent conservation efforts, …

£1 million grant for project to develop dynamic road charging based on vehicle emissions

Connected-vehicle developer Tantalum and Imperial College London have begun work to develop a real-time NOx emissions estimation capability, which would give …

IoT sensor offers cost and power-thrifty alternative in condition monitoring

A radical new IoT sensor technology from Scottish startup Sensor Works appears to offer a low-power, cost-effective alternative to existing condition …

New catalyst offers sustainable means to convert carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide

Researchers from the University of Amsterdam (UvA) have invented a new catalyst that can efficiently convert carbon dioxide (CO2) to carbon monoxide (CO). This …

Same-day waste audits available with new app

Bywaters, said to be London’s largest undercover waste management company, has recently invested in a new mobile app that allows property and facilities …

Circular solutions have potential to address global water stress, says report

Potential to save 400 billion m3 of water yearly, equivalent to 11% of global water demand and almost the entire water consumption in the US, says the report …

15-month jail sentence for Stockport company owner who mismanaged waste sites

A waste criminal whose actions caused a closure of the M60 and significant pollution to a river in Stockport was on 31 March disqualified from being a company …

Renewables cut Europe’s carbon emissions by 10% in 2015, says EEA report

Increasing use of renewables is translating directly into cuts in fossil fuel consumption in Europe, according to a report released on 4 April by the European …

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