The amount of waste recycling across the Parliamentary Estate has risen to almost two-thirds as Westminster officials continue efforts to reverse 2015 figures.
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The government’s draft Air Quality Plan is to be published on 9 May 2017 in the wake of a High Court ruling on Thursday 27 April 2017.
Six tenants paying more than £20,000 a year in rent faced “catastrophic” risk in an HMO without essential fire protection or gas and electrical safety certificates.
Urgent Government action is needed to stop up to 50,000 people a year dying early from air pollution-related illnesses, says the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, in its report on Air quality.
Test Valley Borough Council is calling for witnesses after 10 tonnes of deadly asbestos and potentially dangerous chemicals were dumped in the Hampshire countryside in a series of fly-tipping incidents.
The UK government will head back to court this summer in defence of its plans to tackle air pollution after the High Court granted permission for a Judicial Review hearing, reports Air Quality News.
A Swansea man has been fined after being caught illegally transporting waste in the city.
Yorkshire Water has been fined £1.1million for illegally discharging sewage that polluted the River Ouse near York.
To allow an existing biocidal product to stay on the market, companies must apply for product authorisation by the date of approval of the active substance contained in the product.
The Belgian government is currently refining a draft reform of statutory working time that will favour an increase in flexible working. The government believes that this reform will respond to the wishes of many workers by allowing for a better balance between family and working life. Trade unions, however, fear that this flexibility will only work one way, serving the needs and interests of business.