Demolition & Recycling Sector News

How did East Coast Demolition solve its emissions problem?
A tight urban dust suppression project in the USA led BossTek to a smaller more mobile solution 
How Mainline achieved the Windsor Old Traffic Bridge demolition
We reveal how the project that won the Civils category in this year’s World Demolition Awards unfolded
Let’s talk about digitalisation, says EDA
Latest news from the European Demolition Association
Will living hoardings mark out the job sites of the future?
‘Living hoardings’ can help contractors get residents and businesses onside from the start of a project 
Which cranes are adding sophistication to demolition techniques?
Sophistication in destruction might sound like a contradiction in terms but precision and a light touch, delivered courtesy of cranes and lifting equipment, have their place in demolition
10 take-aways from Jim van Nortwick’s WDS 2021 keynote
Highlights from GE technical expert Jim van Nortwick’s paper on the company’s brownfield programme
Why ESG-linked loans are impacting construction finances
A way to help fight the climate crisis or a pile of greenwash? How ESG-linked loans are entering the corporate mainstream 
How covid, carbon and construction tech is changing Bauma
Lucy Barnard speaks to exhibition organisers and major OEMs about the future of construction trade shows
Why decomissioning is becoming big business
Decommissioning is going from niche operation to big business very quickly. D&Ri rounds up some of the latest developments.
10 ways to join the hydrogen power revolution
Interest in the use of hydrogen has soared over the past few years as the construction industry races to reduce its carbon footprint. We roundup some recent initiatives
The latest advances in green construction equipment
Heightened focus on hybrid and electric equipment spurs manufacturers to invest in and partner on new technologies
Which contractors are joining the HVO revolution?
As pressure mounts from governments and consumers around the world to reduce carbon, contractors are switching from diesel to hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to power their equipment.
Contractors overlooked as decommissioning interest soars
With decommissioning and the demolition process continuing to grab headlines, contractors are often overlooked for their vital role in the process.
Why decontamination of hazardous substances is a key issue for demolition
The European Demolition Association outlines the crucial relationship between its industry and its decontamination counterpart
Technological innovation means no more wasted opportunities
The importance of Waste-to-Energy (WtE) technology to help mitigate climate change
Three ways to demolish offshore wind farms with hydrodemolition
Two projects in the United Kingdom and one in Denmark have hosted recent innovative solutions
How construction workers are struggling with poor mental health
Why poor mental health is such a problem in the construction industry, and what we can do to lower suicide rates
The ever-growing demands of decision-making in demolition
Strengthening capability by learning when to say no to a demolition assignment
Palfinger attack highlights escalation in cyber crimes
What lessons does the Palfinger case have for the wider construction equipment industry?
Next stage construction industry pumps
New dewatering and sewage pump developments: Stage V/Tier 4 Final and beyond. IRN reports.
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