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Delegates at the recent BIR conference in Hong Kong have expressed fears that the Chinese Government could ban imports of recycled plastics.
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Green bonds used to finance environmental projects have shown ‘extraordinary growth’ since 2007 according to the European Commission.
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Recycling and waste software specialists Prodware has launched a new Microsoft Dynamics CRM that will help businesses work smarter and more collaboratively.
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A materials brokerage service is to be created in Scotland, Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead has announced.
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Compliance scheme Budget Pack has relaunched as ecosurety to reflect its wider sustainability service.
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Labour leader Ed Miliband has said that his party intends to allow the Green Investment Bank to borrow.
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Spectrum Service Solutions and William Tracey Group will be providing the first ever zero waste to landfill Ryder Cup when it takes place this week.
Image for Carl Sargeant becomes new Welsh Natural Resources Minister in reshuffle
A new Welsh Natural Resources Minister has been appointed following a cabinet reshuffle by First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones.
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A number of SITA UK’s landfill sites could be turned into solar farms following a deal signed with British Solar Renewables (BSR).
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Consultancy PwC expects that the energy, telecoms and retail sectors are likely to be next in seeing huge growth as part of the sharing economy.
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