All Demolition & Recycling Articles

Red Rhino brand lives on
Lincolnshire engineering company Winfield Engineering Ltd, headed by managing director Simon Winfield, has purchased Red Rhino Crushers
Case sets up 'specials' unit
Case Special Excavators, based in Zeebrugge, Belgium, will in future be responsible for demolition high reach and other special application equipment based on the Case CXB crawler excavators
Facing the challenge - CDI brings down RCA Dome with a bang
The general public often sees explosive demolition as being the spectacular side of the demolition business. D&Ri reports on the demise of a well-loved and recognised stadium in the US city of Indianapolis
Bobcat targets demolition
Bobcat has introduced the option of steel tracks on its three largest compact loaders, the T250, T300 and T320.
Euro Decommissioning Solutions rebrands
Euro Decommissioning Solutions, formerly known as Euro Demolition Services from its establishment in 1994 has launched a rebranding that the company says is intended to reflect its expanding global footprint in the marketplace
Remote control first for North America
US-based Zubick Ltd., Scrap Metals has retro-fitted a rubber-tired Sennebogen 850 M with a remote control to feed its new stationary shear, with a single operator controlling the shear and material handler - the first time this has happened in North America.
PGC buys Extec C-12+ fleet
UK-based demolition contractor and plant hirer PGC Demolition has purchased four new Extec C-12+ track-mounted mobile crushers.
New Link-Belt 240 X2 MH ‘specialty machine'
LBX's new Link-Belt 240 X2 material handler has been developed for applications such as scrap/material-handling, demolition, waste transfer and site preparation.
The most popular demolition stories in 2008
What made the news in 2008? Here are the ten most popular demolition and recycling stories on www.khl.com in 2008.
KHL Group expands events division
KHL Group is launching two new awards schemes for the access and demolition sectors, plus a top-level conference for the crane and specialized transport industries in a major expansion of its new events division in 2009.
A sad loss
It is with great sadness that we report the death of our friend and colleague, Peter Sullivan.
Hydro-demolition helps restore Stockholm's Central Bridge and Söderled Tunnel
Six Conjet Robot hydro-demolition machines have been used during the latest phase of Stockholm's largest concrete repair project to restore Stockholm's Central Bridge and Söderled Tunnel.
New landfill site for Jeddah
A new landfill site for construction and demolition waste has been opened north of the Saudi Arabian capital Jeddah.
Visitor levels at Bauma China exceed expectations
The 4th Bauma China construction equipment exhibition, which is being held in Shanghai, China (25 to 28 November), has got off to a fantastic start with the number of visitors on the first day exceeding all expectations, according to the organisers.
Small but powerful
The new T320 compact tracked loader from Bobcat, powered by a 67.6 kW Kubota V3800-DI-T turbo-charged, liquid-cooled diesel engine, has the highest power-to-weight ratio in its class, claims the company.
On the demolition trail
A new player has appeared in the demolition robot sector with the launch of Husqvarna's new DXR 310. Lindsay Gale reports on the machine and on the background of this ambitious move by the Swedish construction tool producer
BR2577 launch
The BR2577 is the latest Sandvik breaker...
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