Which Premier League team emits the most carbon?

A new report has collated the data of the distances travelled by last season’s teams and calculated the emissions this has produced in the past five years – who comes out on top?

Fatberg the size of 25 elephants stomped out

The 200-tonne mass is estimated to have occupied 250 metres of a central Liverpool sewer

‘A quarter of Brits consider switching to an alternatively-fuelled vehicle’

More than two-fifths have spent less than £10 during the past month, whilst almost a third admitted they’ve not needed to spend any money filling their vehicles with fuel, according to a survey

UK’s ‘biggest eco-friendly fleet of refuse vehicles’ to hit the streets of Liverpool

The city invests £3.4m in refuse vehicles to reach a waste recycling target

Government awards £40m for seven district heating networks

BEIS is proposing to establish Ofgem as the heat network regulator

Monster fatberg found in Liverpool sewer

United Utilities says it is the biggest ever fatberg discovered in the North West

Liverpool’s Royal Liver Building gets energy efficient with green upgrade

BG Energy Solutions has completed a major plantroom project at the Grade I listed site in Liverpool

Plans unveiled for district heating network in Liverpool

It will provide hot water and heating to existing buildings and new developments

Liverpool aims to be climate positive by 2020 using blockchain tech

The council has signed an agreement with Poseidon to trial its platform over the next 12 months to offset its carbon impact

Liverpool council’s energy saving deal with E.ON

Liverpool City Council is launching a £1.5m warmer homes scheme alongside Big Six supplier E.ON. The deal will offer all private landlord tenants and homeowners, up to £775 worth of free or subsidised insulation and boiler discounts, for those who are eligible. They don’t have to be an E.ON customer. Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson said: […]