Our News Library lists all the Green Intelligence articles that ENWORKS has published since September 2009.

Defra launches consultation on Animal By-Products

Defra has launched a consultation on the EU plans to implement a revised version of the Animal By-Products (ABP) regulations.

Carbon Trust’s Big Business Refit to help SME's slash energy bills

Carbon Trust announces launch of an advice and financial support scheme to help SME's. The programme set for launch in September could save SME's a total of £40million.

Company directors ordered to pay £234,393 for waste offences

The Environment Agency achieves its second largest confiscation from skip hire firm over illegal ‘waste mountain.’

First detailed corporate water footprints produced - for beer!

International brewer teams up with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to produce a report comparing the water footprints of its production in South Africa and the Czech Republic for this year’s Stockholm Water Week.

A bright idea - lightbulbs go green

On 1 September the EU starts the mandatory phase out of 100W and frosted incandescent (or old fashioned) lightbulbs.

Advice for companies wanting a headstart in Carbon Reduction Commitment scheme

Carbon Trust reminds companies affected by the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) that reducing emissions now will lead to bonuses.

Report highlights the importance of sustainable water management for businesses

Lobby groups call for publication of company or product water usage labels on food and drink products.

Government Scrappage Scheme reaches halfway mark

Figures released today show that the Government’s scrappage scheme has been a real success up and down the country, with orders reaching 154,927.

Green light for Cheshire waste fuelled power station

A new 95 Mega Watt power plant capable of turning 600,000 tonnes of waste each year into electricity and heat, to be built at Ince in Cheshire, was approved by the Government today.

New Transport Secretary speaks about UK’s low carbon vehicle agenda

Lord Adonis, new Secretary of State for Transport, has affirmed the Department for Transport’s commitment to a low carbon vehicle future.