Monday, December 5, 2022
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New steelwork for sludge tanks

THAMES Water is undertaking a £675 million upgrade programme which will include a £200 million expansion of the Crossness sewage treatment works (STW) and...

SEPA clamps down on waste crime with upcoming days of action

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is leading three days of action between the 17 and 19 May, aimed at tackling cross border criminal...

Tropical megacities enter new phase of declining air

A new study appears to reveal rapid degradation in air quality in megacities in Africa, Asia and the Middle East - as well as...

London park will be the biggest of its kind in UK and include it’s...

LONDON Mayor Boris Johnson has announced £30m is being ploughed into a sustainable industries park that will include the capital’s first organic waste recycling...

BSI says lessons to be learned by universities on how to save cash

THE UK’s 115 universities could save nearly £14m a year if they adopted a new energy management standard from the British Standards Institution it...

Legal action on the horizon over UK wastewater failures

THE UK faces legal action from the European Commission over failures in its collection and treatment of wastewater. Around 17 localities were highlighted by a...

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...

New monster campaign aims to take a bite out of businesses’ overheads

Resource Efficient Scotland, a programme of Scottish Government-backed Zero Waste Scotland, has launched a new campaign to help organisations beat the monsters that are...

New ‘Geovation’ conference to focus on greener, smarter communities

‘Building Greener, Smarter Communities’ will be the focus of the first ever Geovation Conference on Friday 16 February
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Sustainable software star

CR360 (www.credit360.com), formerly CRedit360, has been recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing tech companies by the Sunday Times’ Hiscox Tech Track 100...

Scheme aims to improve access to sanitation in Egypt

A new project in Egypt aims to improve sanitation services for more than 800,000 poor Egyptians in the Nile Delta where there is a...

Mersey winner closer

Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA) has received two final tenders for a £90m waste contract. Covanta and SITA are the bidders for the Merseyside...

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...

Sponsored content: Covid shines light on efficiency in water asset management

With the global Coronavirus crisis coinciding with the start of AMP7, what is the current state of play, and how should water companies prioritise their spending and investment in the circumstances?

EU legislation changes to boost confidence in solar power

Changes to EU law look likely to significantly build business confidence in solar power, according to trade association the STA and Solar Power Europe,...

Severn sell-off

Severn Trent plc has decided to sell its Severn Trent Services’ Analytical Services business. A spokesman said: “Over recent months, Severn Trent Analytical Services has...

Severe drought no longer caused just by nature, say researchers

Scientists at the University of Birmingham are calling on drought researchers and managers around the world to consider both human activity and natural phenomena...
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Premium paper maker lifts green energy gong

EMPLOYEE-owned premium paper and board producer Tullis Russell picked up the award in the Renewing Scotland category at December's Scottish Green Energy Awards in...
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Meter keeps things flowing

POWER stations are heavily regulated and one key measurement is the volume of water being used at any one time. This includes river water...
A multi-discipline approach helped environmental consultancy REC complete the remediation and validation works for a mixed-use development scheme to a tight deadline.

Clean and ready – REC complete works

A multi-discipline approach helped environmental consultancy REC complete the remediation and validation works for a mixed-use development scheme to a tight deadline. The £19.5m Hayhurst...