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

UK looks to increase plastic bag charge

A consultation will take place later this year to explore whether to double the popular plastic bag charge and extend it to small retailers as part of new commitments to tackle marine litter.

Stockport taxi firm joins clean air initiative

Lynx Taxis in Stockport has partnered with Stockport Council and an electric vehicle specialist to measure its emissions and help identify the best locations for electric charging points.

Clean energy tariffs among cheapest on the market

New research has revealed that green energy ‘has never been more affordable or so widely available’ for households, with eco-friendly tariffs making up five of the cheapest ten tariffs currently available.

Half of motorists support diesel bans

A survey of 2,000 drivers has found that more than half believe diesel vehicles should be banned from some UK roads, with nearly four in five supporting exclusion zones near schools and hospitals.

Recycling specialist supports Volvo’s sustainability vision

Manchester-based Axion Polymers has created a special 100 per cent recycled polymer blend made from end-of-life vehicles to help Volvo increase the content of recycled material in its cars.

City mayors call for more clean air support

The leaders of Greater Manchester, Stockport and Liverpool City Region are among a group of politicians calling for new clean air laws and more funding to support urban clean air zones.

On-the-go sustainability for healthy food chain

Healthy fast food company Nutri Bar, which runs two healthy food shops in Greater Manchester, has teamed up with specialist advisors to roll out a sustainable workplace catering service.

How to prepare for higher water costs

The increasing occurrence of drought and flooding means higher water costs are inevitable, according to a new report, but some water-intensive companies are already taking action.

Renewable energy a passing fad? Survey says…

A survey of 1,000 utility decision makers in UK businesses shows that most are keen to support renewable energy, but some sectors are more supportive than others.

Iconic Liverpool building gets energy upgrade

The famous Royal Liver Building in Liverpool has undergone a major energy efficiency upgrade to preserve its Grade I listing.