Environment Management Newsletter
April 01, 2010

This Week�s Featured News Stories
Sainsbury`s has least recyclable Easter egg packaging
Supermarket Sainsbury�s has the least recyclable Easter egg packaging this year, a new report suggests. The report was carried out by Environmental Audit Select Committee MP for East Dunbartonshire Jo Swinson and is entitled Easter Egg Packaging: Annual Progress Report 2010.  The study found that retail giant Sainsbury�s Easter eggs are in plastic boxes which are not widely recycled.  Nestl� was the only company whose Easter egg packaging was 100% widely recycled. Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Guylian and Green & Black�s have all produced packaging which is technically 100% recyclable, ...
EPA proposes veto of mine permit under the clean water act
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced its proposal under the Clean Water Act to significantly restrict or prohibit mountain top mining at the Spruce No. 1 surface mine in Logan County, W. Va. Spruce No.1 mine is one of the largest mountaintop removal operations ever proposed in Central Appalachia. The project was permitted in 2007 and subsequently delayed by litigation. The Spruce No. 1 mine would bury over 7 miles of headwater streams, directly impact 2,278 acres of forestland and degrade water quality in streams adjacent to the mine. EPA�s proposed determination comes ...
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