Demolition & Recycling Sector News

Stimulating discussion
With the formal appointment of a new president and vice president, and a fiery discussion over the topics to be lobbied at a EU level, the EDA's summer conference in Bilbao had more than its share of talking points. Lindsay Gale reports
Making the break
Environmental concerns are among the drivers that are fuelling the growing use of specialised demolition attachments instead of more traditional hydraulic breakers. Lindsay Gale reports on the demolition attachment sector
A fine mix
With record-breaking figures reported for the 2007 World of Concrete event, the 2008 event is predicted to be even bigger. D&Ri sets the scene
Blasting off
Launch facilities at the Cape Canaveral Air Station, used by the US Department of Defense for Atlas-Centaur and Titan rocket launches for both civilian and military missions for more than 50 years, have reached the end of their working lives. It is now time for their removal and Marcor Remediation is now on site to do the job
Changing the skyline
The four cooling towers at the Calder Hall nuclear power station were brought down by CDI
On the up in Vienna
Amid the architectural splendours of the Hapsburg's capital city of Vienna, the European Demolition Association held its autumn conference. While this line of European monarchs has long since been off the throne, the early signs of a renaissance for the EDA were there to see. Lindsay Gale reports
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