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New research shows Wales is a nation of recyclers

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As Recycle Week (20 – 26 June) gets underway, a new survey shows that more than three quarters (76 per cent) of people in Wales are ‘committed recyclers.’*leaf

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Renewables Deal Signed

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leafMinisters from the UK, Republic of Ireland, The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man have this week signed up to a historic deal to cooperate on exploiting the major wind and marine resource in and around the islands.

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Mandatory Energy Efficiency Upgrades Need To Be Coupled With Incentives - FMB

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leafGovernment plans to launch a consultation on mandatory energy efficiency upgrades are welcome provided they are coupled with a targeted VAT reduction on the price of installation.

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ZOO P-P-P-PICKS UP A PANEL SYSTEMS SOLUTION FOR SHOP AT PENGUIN BEACH

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penguin_130_3083ZSL’s London Zoo’s main gift shop next to its new exhibit ‘Penguin Beach’ has been extended to double its size and the extended area of the shop will benefit from the energy-saving properties of Dow Floormateä  insulation supplied by Panel Systems Ltd

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 June 2011 13:32

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The Latest Deregulatory Threat to ALL Environmental Laws: “Dangerously Misguided”

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leafBIS has just revealed, as part of the Budget’s “Plan for Growth”, that all of Britain's 278 environmental laws are on their list of "red tape" regulations to now be considered for the axe. The Clean Air Act and the Climate Change Act are among the packages of environmental safeguards included in the Government’s "red tape challenge" to establish which regulations restrict business in the UK.

Adrian Wilkes, Executive Chairman, EIC said  “BIS’ latest deregulatory threat is dangerously misguided and poses a potentially major threat to the UK’s environmental industry – bizarrely at a time when the Chancellor is promoting green job creation in his “Plan for Growth”

The public and regulated businesses can submit deregulation suggestions - the "onus" will be on ministers to make the case for keeping a regulation recommended for cutting!

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 May 2011 14:43

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