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  • News - 30 Jan 2004
    The Energy Saving Trust today welcomed the Mayor of London’s latest move to make London a greener place to live and work. Ken Livingstone’s installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels...
  • News - 30 Oct 2003
    The BRE at Watford will be hosting a four-day exhibition of renewable and innovative energy efficiency technologies for buildings from 7-10 June 2004. The event includes practical demonstrations of...
  • News - 28 Oct 2003
    A manual of 26 proven, fixed priced, new generation building products that are designed to help carbon neutral development has been launched by ZEDfactory Ltd. Topics included in the “A to ZED...
  • News - 28 Oct 2003
    The BioRegional Development Group has launched the Carbon Neutral Toolkit, a report that outlines the lessons learned in designing and building the Beddington Zero (fossil) Energy Development...
  • News - 16 Oct 2003
    The Sustainable Housing Forum (SHF) has released a new report, “Building Sustainably: How to plan and construct new housing for the 21st Century”, that states that building regulations and...
  • News - 7 Oct 2003
    30% of total UK energy consumption is taken up by housing and is therefore a major contributor to carbon dioxide emissions. By integrating renewable energy sources into new and existing dwellings...
  • News - 2 Oct 2003
    With Greenpeace working hard to increase public awareness of the dangers of PVC, Hydro Polymers, a UK PVC manufacturer, is moving to tackle the material’s environmental problems. Their moves...
  • News - 18 Aug 2003
    The first UK trade association to achieve greenhouse gas emissions verification is The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA). After exceeding its energy-saving targets outlined in its government...
  • News - 8 Aug 2003
    The Environment Agency has released it’s 5th annual report on business environmental performance. The report, Spotlight 2002, has highlighted waste management as a key trend that requires greater...
  • News - 3 Jul 2003
    Corrosion of steel is one of the major problems facing the construction industry today. The inherent weakness this causes in highways, bridges and buildings can lead to personal injury and...