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Clarke Energy, supported by the Combined Heat and Power Association will, on the 6th June 2013, be presenting an informative and educational webinar on combined heat and power (CHP) systems and their applications.
Businesses in the beverage industry have effectively recognised the need to improve water efficiency within their operations but progress must continue to secure the sectors future, says Coca Cola Enterprises' (CCE) Joe Franses.
By improving water resource management, the energy performance of buildings and adapting cities to the impacts of climate change the potential for economic benefit is "enormous", says the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)
Liberal Democrat MEP Chris Davies has rubbished the UKIP Deputy Leader's claims that the EU Bathing Water Directive should be scrapped, arguing that millions of holidaymakers would face an increased risk of falling ill.
German healthcare firm Bayer reduced its water consumption by 6.6% in 2012 compared to the previous year, partly due to the closure of one of its production sites in the US.
At least 20% of the 1,600 jobs created by Irish Water's domestic water metering programme will be given to people from small local businesses and the unemployed, it was announced today.
Major toothpaste company Colgate-Palmolive has achieved a 30% reduction in water use per tonne of product, mainly through improving its assessment of water use at its manufacturing sites.
Europe needs to intensify efforts to keep sufficient quantity and quality of fresh water to maintain the regions ecosystems, according to a series of reports published by the European Environment Agency (EEA).
The pulp and paper industry's focus on water recycling, biogas generation and sludge management is sustaining strong investments in the water and wastewater treatment market.
The European Water Stewardship (EWS) has handed over its first certifications, which take into account water quality, quantity and governance aspects, to Coca Cola.
Brand leaders have signed up to a new initiative which aims to mainstream sustainability by making it sexy and aspirational to consumers.
Abbey Metals Limited has been ordered to pay a £133,000 fine and £33,000 in costs for polluting the River Anker, following a fire at one of its operating sites in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
Metasphere Ltd is launching a new range of intelligent loggers called Point Colour. The units; Point Orange and an ATEX (Ex II 1G Ex ia IIB T4) version Point Blue, are designed to provide cost-efficient and flexible outstations that are multi-purpose and multi-functional.
A year after launch, Geotech have just sold the latest portable biogas analyser, the BIOGAS 5000, to its 57th new country. Customers across six continents searching for an all-encompassing portable biogas analyser are satisfied that they have found their solution in the BIOGAS 5000, with the latest units shipped to Kazakhstan.
CEOs should take advantage of their ability to create "powerful mechanisms" that can drive meaningful change across the corporate sustainability landscape, a leading CSR authority has said.
Water companies must secure water supplies against a changing climate and a growing population, says chairman of the Environment Agency (EA) Lord Chris Smith.
The Irish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has today published a plan which outlines how septic tanks and waste water treatment systems will be inspected in coming years.
BASF has become the first chemical company to achieve gold-level certification according to the European Water Stewardship (EWS) standard, for its production site in Tarragona, Spain.
Ofwat has announced its chief exec Regina Finn has tendered her resignation and will exit her role at the regulator in November this year.
Simplifying environmental rules and regulations could save businesses more than £1bn over 10 years, Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said today.
Environmental risk remains a low priority for the global food and beverage industry, while food safety, quality and financial risks are the most vulnerable areas, according to a survey.