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BREXIT

Brexit could cause waste to pile up

The Environment Agency (EA) predicts that there could be problems dealing with waste in the event of a no-deal Brexit. What could happen?
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VEHICLES

Is 2019 the right time for an electric vehicle?

The question of whether to go down the electric vehicle (EV) route keeps cropping up. Are there more convincing arguments to go electric, or should you stay as you are for the time being?
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FLORA AND FAUNA

Landmark Japanese knotweed case

In a case believed to be the first of its kind, a property company has been fined for allowing Japanese knotweed to take hold on its land. How could you use this ruling to your advantage?
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WATER POLLUTION

Raw sewage polluted streams

Thames Water has been fined £2 million for polluting two streams in Oxfordshire with devastating effects to the local environment. How did it happen and how could it have been avoided?
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ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES AND TARGETS

Green targets

Having decided to improve the sustainability of your business you’ll want to make a formal record of clear objectives and targets. To help with this task use our speciallly created document.
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MICRO-GENERATION

Medium combustion plants - permits now required

The Environment Agency has begun issuing permits for medium combustion plants (MCPs). Why has this been brought in and what do you need to do to stay within the law?
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CONSTRUCTION

Getting permission to construct

New licensing requirements mean that those running larger construction sites will have to apply for a “Controlled Activities Regulations” licence from the enforcing authority before work can begin. Does this apply to you and if so, how?
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Last updated: 25.03.2019

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