Corporations (Page 2)
Cover Your Ears!Casella Group | 31 Mar 2004
It has been estimated that more than 2 million people are exposed to unacceptable levels of noise at work and that 170,000 people suffer deafness, tinnitus and other ear conditions as a result of exposure to excessive noise in the workplace.
Emissions from Europe's power stationsCasella Group | 22 Mar 2004
Over the past ten years legislation from Brussels has called for increasingly vigilant monitoring of emissions from Europes power stations.
Welcome to TEC 2004Brother | 05 Mar 2004
Following the success of last years TEC Live industry conference, Brother is hosting a series of nationwide Brother Breakfast Briefings, continuing the theme of Technology, Environment and Corporate.
One step aheadTetra Pak | 03 Mar 2004
There are many environmental issues involved in packaging, but we believe that our cartons have strong environmental credentials - namely that they are paper-based, made from a renewable resource, and that they can be recycled.
Tetra Pak funds Scottish Birch ProjectTetra Pak | 02 Mar 2004
The humble silver birch, long regarded by British foresters as commercially insignificant, is set to have a new lease of life as an important timber tree.
Milk of corporate kindnessTetra Pak | 02 Mar 2004
Tetra Pak is fighting for competitive advantage with green innovation - and we all win, writes Simon Caulkin of the Observer."
Preliminary CPI statistics show production unchangedConfederation of Paper Industries | 28 Jan 2004
Preliminary statistics produced by the Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI), show that papermaking production and consumption levels for 2003 have remained relatively unchanged from 2002.
CPI anxious over impact of draft emissions allowance allocationConfederation of Paper Industries | 28 Jan 2004
The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) is worried about the possible impact of the allocation of emissions allowances published in the Government's consultation document on the EU Emissions Trading Scheme.
Company welcomes exposure of cynical scare campaignAble UK | 11 Nov 2003
The Managing Director of Able UK has welcomed growing opposition to what he described as the cynical campaign of deceit and distortion mounted by Friends of the Earth and others over the company`s contract to recycle redundant US vessels.