Monthly Archives: October 2012

Green Deal of the Century


The Government has announced that CashBack will be available to householders in England and Wales, who make energy-saving home improvements under the Green Deal. CashBack has become a popular term in these economically challenged times with many companies offering a percentage back on … Continue reading

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40 years ago: Hazardous Waste


It would be a shame not to acknowledge the passing of one of the most important and key environmental legislation that started forty years ago. Whilst, I cannot claim to have been involved in hazardous waste regulation at the very … Continue reading

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When is a Hedgerow not a Hedgerow


Hedgerow Recently, I have been reviewing the environmental impact of the removal of a number of hedges within and around the perimeter of a site. As often happens, the discussion centred on legal compliance issues and whether the hedgerow was … Continue reading

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