Demolition & Recycling Sector News

4 attachment options you can pair up with demolition robots
Why correct attachment choice is key to remote-controlled demolition equipment efficiency
10 ways to tackle a ‘health and safety gone mad’ attitude
Like many industries, demolition suffers from a safety stigma - but it can be overcome
Interview: 7 site safety questions for William Crooks
D&Ri talks to the MD of Cawarden and NFDC president about this vital issue
Innovation or regulation? The demolition decision
Demolition continues to share important workforce rules with construction. But why is this case?
How to solve construction’s skills shortage
New infrastructure plans increase demand for labour, but skills shortage makes recruitment difficult
8 key points when adapting from demolition to DDR
Why contractors need to consider decontamination and recycling as well as taking down buildings
Major cities make push on electric construction equipment
What role are major cities playing in the switch to electric or low-emission construction equipment?
Interview: Christophe Sanchez, Liebherr-France
Our series on people facing a significant 2022 continues with the manufacturer’s new MD
UK Audit Office: why co-operation is key to nuclear decommissioning savings
British National Audit Office report says taxpayer savings possible if main parties work together
Interview: Scott Laird, US National Demolition Association
NDA Convention Committee chair is busy with some unusual preparations for this year’s event
EDA: ‘We are ready to meet again’
European Demolition Association prepares for 2022 Convention after two blank years due to Covid
Interview: Ben Griffiths, Rye Group
The latest in a series of demolition industry people for whom 2022 could be significant
Interview: Toni Laaksonen, McCloskey International
A series on people for whom 2022 could be significant. First up McCloskey’s senior vice president
Richard Vann: 8 things to remember about the demolition team’s principal designer
RVA Group MD says role core to project integrity, and not just because it is a legal requirement
Why the pandemic is encouraging more women to work in demolition
The global pandemic is changing the working patterns of millions of people across the globe. Holly Price, a director at Keltbray, tells Lucy Barnard why it is also encouraging more women into the ‘macho’ demolition sector - and the construction industry in general.
Why the pandemic is encouraging more women to work in construction
Why construction was one of the only sectors where the number of jobs held by women increased
Volvo, JCB, Doosan and more: How are these equipment manufacturers meeting demolition’s electric expectations?
Products such as compact wheeled loaders and mini excavators are not just an alternative to diesel
How can employers overcome skills shortages and fill vacancies?
As the pandemic further exacerbates problems finding good new employees, how can employers fill vacancies? 
Is construction taking slave labour seriously?
The International Labour Organisation estimates that 4.5 million people are currently working in construction against their will
OPINION: What’s in store for demolition in 2022?
Richard Vann, D&Ri columnist and managing director of the RVA Group, gazes into his crystal ball
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