All Demolition & Recycling Articles

A breaking dam?
High reach demolition rigs are becoming a more common site across North America’s demolition sites, many supplied by custom modifier Jewell Equipment. Lindsay Gale spoke to demolition product specialist Mark Ramun at the recent NDA Convention in Las Vegas
Atlas Copco's record breaker
Atlas Copco is set to break the record for the world's largest hydraulic breaker when it presents the HB 10000 to the industry at the forthcoming Bauma trade fair in Munich at the end of April.
Breaking into the market
Peter Bigwood has been involved with Atlas Copco's North American construction tools operation for some 17 years, originally as national sales manager and now president. Lindsay Gale met up with him at the recent World of Concrete event in Las Vegas
D&Ri 100 2007: World's largest demolition companies
Its that time again – the annual D&Ri ranking of the largest demolition contractors around the has been completed. Lindsay Gale reports
biggest and best yet
The end of April will see the industry heading en masse to the Munich exhibition centre for the Bauma trade fair. Probably the biggest ever construction show on the planet, there will be much to see that is new. D&Ri sets the scene for the demolition and C&D waste recycling sectors
Nuclear clean-up
Demolition of nuclear installations during their decommissioning is a challenging activity for those involved. At Sellafield, on the Cumbrian coast of the Irish Sea, UK, a cluster of structures dating from the late 1940s onwards are all to undergo this process. Lindsay Gale visited the site and reports on the challenges being successfully overcome by British Nuclear Group Sellafield Ltd
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