World Demolition Awards: Recycling and Environmental

11 May 2020

The winner of this category will be able to demonstrate a commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its operations.

As well as clear evidence of effective recycling strategies, the judges will be looking for evidence of “green” working practices, investment in cleaner equipment and effective control of noise, pollution and disturbance.

Primary criteria against which entries will be assessed are: Professionalism/Expertise; Environmental Impact Management; Approach to Recycling; Client Satisfaction.

More details of the World Demolition Awards are available from https://www.demolitionsummit.com/awards.html

You can download an entry form for this specific category at https://www.demolitionsummit.com/assets/wds—awards-entry-form-2020—recycling-and-environmental-demolition.pdf

Alternatively please email steve.ducker@khl.com for a copy

There is no charge for entering the World Demolition Awards and we look forward to hearing from you. The deadline for entries is June 30.

Joe Brinkmann, Jet Demolition and Stefan Stockhaus of Steelwrist

Jet Demolition’s Joe Brinkmann with Stefan Stockhaus of 2019 Gold Sponsor Steelwrist

Recent previous winners:

  • 2019 Jet Demolition
  • 2018 Despe
  • 2017 Priestly Demolition
  • 2016 Hughes and Salvidge
  • 2015 AR Demolition

The World Demolition Awards are part of the World Demolition Summit, which is organised by Demolition & Recycling International in co-operation with the European Demolition Association and with the support of the National Demolition Association of the USA.

This year’s event takes place online on Thursday November 12 at 3pm UK time.

The headline sponsor is Volvo Construction Equipment.

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