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Visitors to London’s famous Notting Hill Carnival could this weekend leave behind as much as 200 tonnes of waste, but a new initiative from Westminster City Council is to see the resulting litter collected and turned into electricity.

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Reading Festival kicks off today, and the organisers are hoping this year will see them slash the waste footprint that presents such a huge challenge at music festivals across the UK as weary festival-goers abandon their tents and other equipment.

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Drinks giant Molson Coors is anticipating it will deliver on all of its 2020 environmental targets, after its latest sustainability report detailed how it is on track to meet or exceed the goals set in 2011.

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The carbon footprint of some of the world’s most iconic drinks brands has been slashed by a third, thanks to a range of environmental initiatives undertaken by Diageo.

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Baby wipes could be the latest source of clean energy, after a major breakthrough by scientists at the European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI) at Aston University in Birmingham promised to deliver a new approach to generating power from hard-to-treat waste materials.

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