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Section 61 – Noise Consent

What is Section 61?
Control of Pollution Act 1974 dictates the regulatory powers for controlling noise and vibration (among many …

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Three Years On: Has the 5p Bag Charge Made a Difference?

It has been almost three years since the Government implemented the 5p charge for single-use plastic carrier bags sold in …

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What is Environmental Due Diligence?

What is Environmental Due Diligence (EDD)?
Environmental Due Diligence (EDD) is the assessment and management of environmental liabilities and risks. …

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Proactive Environmental Management and Why it Matters

Many pertinent environmental issues have quickly expanded into the sphere of social issues. Examples of these issues include single-use plastics, …

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Reducing Plastic Waste – Are you an obligated packaging user?

In last weeks blog, we discussed the impacts of using plastic for packaging and looked at the targets set of …

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Reducing Plastic Waste –Plastic as a packaging material

The UK generates around 2.4 million tonnes of packaging waste per year. WRAP suggests that of this packaging waste, we …

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Reducing Plastic Waste – How can we minimise this in everyday life?

Plastic is found in so many things around us. Whilst most plastics are labelled to be recyclable, the reality is …

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Reducing Plastic Waste – How can we achieve this in business?

The world is in the midst of a ‘plastic problem’.
Over the past few months, there has been an increase …

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Reducing Plastic Waste – Why is it important?

Plastic waste is fast becoming a widely recognised problem. While it is an important material for our economy, providing multiple …

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Why recover phosphate from wastewater?

“life can multiply until all phosphorus is gone, and then there is an inexorable halt which nothing can prevent…We may …

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Why are Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) important?

In last week’s blog we looked at why it is necessary to protect trees and the different practices that need …

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All trees should be protected during construction work in accordance with British Standard 5837:2012

Trees are a vital part of our ecosystem; they provide oxygen, contribute to urban cooling and produce micro-climatic effects that …

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