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New reports celebrate 10 years of ENWORKS business support

ENWORKS marks its tenth anniversary this month with the publication of five short reports, describing how our work is impacting on local economic growth.

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ENWORKS model of business support highlighted in Europe

ENWORKS is being showcased as a best practice support service in Europe, with a recent award nomination and invitations to present at high-profile conferences.

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Tenders invited for ENWORKS web server provision

ENWORKS is launching a tender for a secure server to host one of our key management tools, the ENWORKS Online Resource Efficiency Toolkit.

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EU to consult on new requirement for retailers to collect waste

Members of the European Parliament have voted in favour of a legal change that could require retailers to collect small waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).

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Plasterboard waste falls for third year in the UK

The amount of gypsum waste from UK plasterboard manufacture has fallen for a third year in a row, according to the most recent Ashdown Agreement report.

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Merseyside environment awards open for entries

The It’s Our World Environment Awards 2011 have opened for entries, with applications being accepted until 18 March 2011.

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New big names sign up to environmental pledges

Five big businesses have become the latest to sign up to voluntary environmental pledges for reducing waste to landfill, and for cutting packaging and increasing recycling.

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Voltage management saves Agency £30k a year

The Environment Agency has announced savings of more than £30,000 a year thanks to voltage management being rolled out across its 35 sites.

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