After a top European Commission official cast doubt on the prospects for carbon capture and storage, the continent’s leading energy-from-waste carbon capture project says it is ready to catch up to... Read more
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The EU Circular Economy package — first published on 3 December 2016 — was endorsed by the European Parliament on 18 April 2018. It contains binding targets on waste and recycling, a key part of the EU ambitions for a more 'circular' economy
The European Commission wants to adopt the Batteries Regulation by the end of 2022 but stakeholders disagree on targets for use of primary and recycled materials.
Europe could cut its dependence on imported critical raw materials by overhauling rules governing waste electrical equipment and ecodesign, an EU-funded project has concluded.
Member states risk missing out on EU investment unless they hurry to submit updated waste management plans that were due last year, a European Commission official has said.
Europe’s biggest manufacturers of laminated beverage cartons have pledged to use only renewable materials by 2030, and to ensure a collection rate of 90% and a verified recycling rate of 70% by that date, as the EU reviews rules on packaging in a bid to reduce waste.
Environmental groups have called for the intervention of the European Commission after an Italian company was caught illegally dumping municipal waste in Tunisia, with the government in Rome failing to take action.
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The team forms the basis of a partnership bringing together over 50 stakeholders throughout Wales to promote a collaborative & co-ordinated approach to tackling this important issue.
The ideal candidate will provide specialist geo-environmental and contaminated land expertise, to support the delivery of environmental services and collaborative projects across consultancy and meet company business plan objectives.
The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) is a new public body, being established with the principal objective of contributing to environmental protection...
Do you have the skills and experience to manage a vibrant, well managed facility which engages visitors and supports the country park development? If so, read on!