See World Demolition Summit 2018 on video

25 July 2019

As the build up to the 2019 World Demolition Summit in the USA continues, Demolition & Recycling International is making videos of all the presentations from last year’s event in Dublin, Ireland, available via our magazine and WDS newsletters.

Brent Willson web

Brent Willson, Dustless Technologies

Previously, these were only available to registered site visitors but with three months to showtime we would like as many people to get the feel of the industry’s premier global networking event as possible.

We’ll be releasing all 10 of the speaker presentations between now and October, and in this newsletter we feature the paper on OSHA regulations and demolition by Brent Willson of Dustless Technologies.

And in the coming weeks we will be featuring other notable speakers including Uttkarsh Mehta of Edifice Engineering in India and Stefano Panseri of Italian contractor Despe, as well as a fascinating drone mapping software project from a shopping centre demolition in Finland.

To see Brent Willson’s presentation, please click here.

And if it’s whetted your appetite for Boston, you can find full details of this year’s WDS - which already includes confirmed speakers from Brazil, Canada, South Africa and the USA and takes place on October 23 and 24 - at www.demolitionsummit.com

  • The World Demolition Summit, comprising networking drinks reception, conference and awards dinner, is organised by Demolition & Recycling International in co-operation with the National Demolition Association of the USA and with the support of the European Demolition Association. The headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment
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