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  1. Southampton has been announced as the first Recycle Zone city in Britain, following a link up with Coca-Cola.The city's council has joined with the corporate giant in a new...

  2. One of the most energy efficient houses in the UK has been put on to the market.Barnsley Hill Farm, which is run using almost 100 per cent carbon neutral energy, is available...

  3. Local authorities in Wales have reached waste reduction targets for 2010 with a year to spare.All 22 local authorities in the country have met challenges to decrease the amount...

  4. A public-sector trade union has called on employers in the public and private commercial sector to make greater efforts to tackle carbon emissions.Unison, which is the...

  5. The mayor of London has announced a multi-million pound plan to boost the city's low-carbon economy.Boris Johnson's 'London Green Fund' will help tackle climate change by...

  6. The University of New Hampshire (UNH) is to power itself using purified methane gas from a landfill site located close to its Durham campus.Using EcoLine, a $49 million...

  7. One of the UK's most iconic hotels is to begin recycling its leftover food in a bid to reduce its energy demands.The Savoy Hotel in London plans to send its food remains to a...

  8. A household waste recycling centre in Wrexham has been opened to provide residents with access to improved environmental services.Constructed by Waste Recycling Group (WRG) on...

  9. Property developer Barratt has applied for permission to start work on what could be one of the biggest zero carbon housing schemes in the country.If given the green light, the...

  10. A network of energy from waste plants should be established to provide cheaper energy and a solution to the massive amount of waste generated in the UK, according to the...

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