Forty areas have been identified as being at risk of repeatedly exceeding NO2 pollution limits
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29 August, 2017David Paine
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16 August, 2017Lee Marshall
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2 August, 2017Robin Latchem
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30 June, 2017David Whitehouse
Warwickshire’s ‘Grey to Green’ food waste recycling campaign has achieved an astounding 71% increase in food waste capture rates, coupled with disposal and treatment savings of nearly £450,000 a year.
22 June, 2017Jenny Bates
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22 June, 2017Mark Smulian
High in new environment secretary Michael Gove’s in-tray will be how to resolve a legal quagmire of the government’s own making around controlling nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution from, chiefly, diesel vehicles.
22 June, 2017Andrew Bird
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