environment


Practitioner’s Guide – Integrating environment and sustainability into organisational culture

The prophetic words of Dylan are often used but: ‘the times they are changing’… particularly in the context of the environment and sustainability. Read More

Construction that doesn’t cost the Earth

Environmental responsibility is a major concern for the construction industry and it has never been more important for companies to use contractors that meet the latest sustainability standards, explains Ian McKinnon, Managing Director at CHAS. Read More

Hotel sewage discharge leads to £90k fine

Bourne Leisure Ltd, the group that owns the Thoresby Hall Hotel in Ollerton, near Newark, has been convicted after discharging partially treated sewage effluent into the River Meden. Read More

Scottish Water fined for pollution of the River Clyde

Scottish Water has been fined £19,000 at Glasgow Sheriff Court after pleading guilty to an incident of water pollution in Glasgow in 2016. Read More

Environmental ‘Legislation’ 2020 update and how to comply from a business perspective

In the opening webinar of 2020 the panel identified and discussed some of the key planned environmental changes in 2020 and environmental compliance from a business perspective. Here, in this Q&A, the panellists revisit some of the listener questions which they were not able to answer on the day. Read More

Long awaited Environment Bill Back in Parliament

After failing to complete its passage through Parliament at the end of 2019, the Environment Bill was back in Parliament on 30 January 2020. Read More

Download: Environment Bill summary

Download: Environment Bill summary The Environment Bill, which aims to tackle climate change and protect and restore the natural environment, Read More

Amey fined £500k for sending too much biodegradable waste to landfill

Waste disposal company Amey has been fined half a million pounds for sending too much of Cambridgeshire’s biodegradable waste to landfill. Read More

Suffolk bird flu: Cull of 27,000 chickens completed

A cull of 27,000 chickens has been completed after cases of bird flu were detected at a poultry farm. Read More

Environmental consequences of the Notre Dame blaze

Following the fire which ripped through the 850-year-old Parisian cathedral, devastating the roof and causing the spire to collapse, reports have emerged about the potential threat of lead poisoning to local residents. Read More



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