Tag Archives | environment

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Have yourself a conscious little Christmas

The holidays are upon us – Christmas trees have gone up, lights are lining city centres and Christmas carols are …

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New Environmental Watchdog

Current Environmental Regulation 
The UK Government has set out the desire to capitalise on Brexit as an opportunity to introduce …

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LOW EMISSION ZONES: ARE THEY EFFECTIVE?

In last week’s blog, we looked at what low emission zones are and how they could be beneficial. This week …

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Waste Reduction: Disposable living and the throw-away society

We now live in a world where society is strongly influenced by consumerism. Excessive production of disposable items has taken …

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Impact of Climate Change on Food Security

What is Food Security?
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) define food security as ‘all people, at all times, having …

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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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Noise Protection – Why is it important?

When is noise protection necessary?
Under the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 companies have a duty to protect …

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Why is it important to effectively manage your environmental data?

As environmental impact is becoming of increasing concern, acquiring and analysing your environmental data is becoming ever more valuable when …

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Protecting our Earth’s Species – part 1

We share our planet with millions of different species, ranging from mammals to sponges. The species of the world interlock …

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An Introduction to SuDS – part 4

In the last of our short series of blogs on Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS), we are going to discuss the …

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What does leaving the EU mean for UK environmental legislation? Part 2

In last week’s blog, we looked at some of the key European Directives that have helped preserve and protect the …

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What does leaving the EU mean for UK environmental legislation? Part 1

The European Union has some of the world’s highest standards when it comes to environmental impact. This has meant that …

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Do you know your organisation’s carbon footprint?

As climate change becomes a more widely recognised issue and we are becoming increasingly engaged with the impact that we …

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Do you understand the open water market?

The English water market opened for competition on the 1st April 2017. This means that eligible businesses will now be …

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Does the bioeconomy strategy make environmental sense?

In last week’s blog we outlined the aims of the bioeconomy strategy and looked at how it has the potential …

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Could the bioeconomy strategy affect your business?

In the current world, where resources are becoming increasingly scarce, a number of challenges are faced in order to attempt …

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Fly-tipping – what are the costs?

If you read our previous two-part blog on ‘why businesses should divert waste from landfill sites’ , then you will …

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