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23 May 2013
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UK in breach of EU air quality laws
The Supreme Court has ruled that the UK is in breach of EU air quality laws,...
No clarification on future of landfill tax
Little change for waste and resources industry in Budget 2013 but shale gas...
Defra admits packaging regulation error
Defra ‘taking action’ to address formula calculation error made in Producer...
Bradford and Calderdale seek judicial review
Bradford and Calderdale Councils will seek a judicial review after Defra cut £62.1 million in waste project funding.
Barton EfW site granted planning permission
The Barton Renewable Energy Plant in Davyhulme, Manchester has received planning permission from Eric Pickles.
Who's in charge?
In his inaugural article, our anonymous columnist discusses pay as you throw.
How does EU environmental law affect the UK?
Defra launches call for evidence on the European Union’s ‘scope of competence’ on UK environment and climate change policies.
King’s Lynn inquiry ends
Inquiry into Cory Wheelabrator’s King’s Lynn incinerator finished on Friday (17 May), with a decision expected in September.
Just six people working on climate change at Defra
‘Just six’ people in Defra’s climate adaptation team, says former Special Representative for Climate Change, John Ashton.
Abbey Metals fined for river pollution
Abbey Metals Ltd fined £133,000 for failing to ‘prevent major accidents and limit their consequences to the environment’.
Defra seeks views on environmental regulations
Defra invites views on ‘Smarter Guidance’ for environmental regulations after finding it could save businesses over £10 billion.
EU rejects ship recycling levy proposals
European Parliament rejects proposal to create a ship recycling levy, but considers ‘incentive-based system’.
EC action on business environmental transparency
European Commission proposes changes to legislation to make companies reveal environmental information in annual reports.
EU votes against carbon surplus ‘backloading’
The European Parliament’s vote to postpone the auction of surplus carbon trading ‘undermines low-carbon investments’ says DECC.
SSE handed ‘record’ £10.5m fine by Ofgem
Scottish and Southern Energy fined a ‘record’ £10.5 million for ‘mis-selling’ to customers over a three-year period.
Over 6,000 EU towns fail water quality standards
A report has found that 6,311 European towns are failing to meet EU water standards, risking fines and citizens’ health.
Extending landfill bans could recover £2.5 billion
A new report from think tank Green Alliance advocates extending landfill bans to recover £2.5 billion of resources each year.
Energy prices to rise as demand for gas increases
Ofgem warns that UK energy prices will rise as demand for gas increases, amid calls for more green energy investment.
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£62.1m Defra funding cut
Scottish Green Awards
Knowaste closes plant
EfW site gets go ahead
Waste investment summit
Grundon invests in AD
PFI withdrawal review
Energy From Waste
Coring the Big Apple
Puzzling over incineration
The embedded energy equation
Clamouring to get in the box
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