Demolition & Recycling Sector News

Engineering marvels: One bridge, four demolition methods
How Delsan-AIM dismantled Montreal’s 3.5-km-long Champlain Bridge
Opinion: the pace of learning is accelerating. Don’t be left behind
The common thread to the three big technology trends is ‘pace of learning’, argues Soeren Brogaard, CEO at Trackunit.
VIDEO: Bridge removal system on SPMT
Airport bridge removal by Denzai deploying a jack up lifting system and SPMT
A once in a lifetime event: Demolition San Antonio
SHOWGUIDE: What the NDA has planned for its 50th anniversary
6 things OEMs should know about CARB’s proposed Tier 5 rule
CARB’s proposed emissions standard is all abouit reducing NOx and PM as well as addressing GHG emissions, among other things.
Apprenticeships help OEMs with employee recruitment, retention
Manufacturers can make use of apprenticeship programs to foster loyalty in employees and gain a high-quality workforce.
Extinguishing EV fires poses unique challenges
When lithium ion batteries catch fire, they burn differently from internal combustion engines. Fighting those fires poses difficulties in vehicle fire suppression
John Deere’s Pierre Guyot on the future of powering construction equipment
The question of how to power construction equipment effectively at the same time as bringing down carbon emissions is taxing the minds of experts across the sector.
Why construction workers are demanding more
Construction workers on the Paris Olympic sites are just some of the construction workers taking to strike action to demand improvements in pay and conditions in 2023
What are the chances AI will take your construction job?
Will the rise of generative AI take away construction jobs or boost them?
EDA President: “proceed with caution” in 2024
Stefano Panseri on the challenges and opportunities contractors will face
How DH Griffin demolished a 100-year-old textile plant
Site Report: A high reach excavator on the Dan River Mills Site
2024 is the biggest election year in history. What could it mean for construction?
What could national-level elections this year in the European Union, India, South Africa, UK and USA mean for construction? 
Demolition excavators: Factory-fitted or aftermarket, which is better?
Volvo construction equipment expert Tony den Hoed reveals what you need to know
Purchase decisions: Redefining ‘return on investment’
D&Ri looks at the latest crushing and screening equipment advancements
How construction site access tech is advancing – and what it can do for you
Construction access control systems have moved on to biometric technology, opening new opportunties for contractors to examine how operatives are working in detail.
Dust Control Safety on Demolition Sites
Michael Kelley, President at BossTek, discusses airborne dust and what contractors can do to improve air quality
Interview: Why a US construction body has started a legal battle with Biden
Associated General Contractors outgoing chief executive Stephen Sandherr on 27 years representing the construction industry
EDA commits to recognising circular economy
Association leader Stefano Panseri reflects on the World Demolition Awards and reveals plan to highlight demolition industry talent
Why engineers must embrace uncertainty
Sue Arundale of EFCA explores how construction needs to remain adaptable and responsive to unforeseen challenges
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