All Demolition & Recycling Articles

Emergency demolition of fire ravaged Jacksonville apartment block begins
Elev8 secures million-dollar contract to dismantle seven-story Rise Doro complex 
Surprise! “One-size-fits-all” legislation does not fit
NDA says Congress and Biden Administration should make ‘reasonable, science-based, common-sense’ policies 
Holcim to expand in Spain, UK and Greece
The company announced three acquisitions in January to expand its offerings in Europe.
Bulgarian contractor becomes latest EDA member
EDA welcomes specialist in industrial dismantling sector
Extinguishing EV fires poses unique challenges
When lithium ion batteries catch fire, they burn differently from internal combustion engines. Fighting those fires poses difficulties in vehicle fire suppression
Industry resources are scarce, embracing circularity will help
Industrial businesses globally are reporting en masse that resource scarcity has been an issue to operations.
Nuvia wins Swedish power plant dismantling contract
Works to see the removal of 30,000 tonnes of material from Ringhals 1 and 2
Komplet launches its first ever impact crusher
New K-IC 70 model for construction and demolition debuts at World of Concrete
Lezama secures first government BIM project
Digital tech to help contractor assess environmental impact of 20-metre-high building demolition 
Waste management in space?
New company to develop waste management laser tech for space debris removal
First Screencore Boxer pugmill arrives in Australia
Mobile aggregate mixing, blending and dosing unit helps lower carbon, says OEM
Sales up in 2023 for Volvo CE but ‘weaker market’ ahead
Sales in two key markets saw OEM post increase in machines sales in 2023 compared to 2022 
Terex Ecotec introduces compact shredder
An ‘all-rounder’, new TDS 815 can handle C&D rubble, wood, asphalt and skip waste 
Hitachi to showcase top 10 construction machines
Sustainability, life-cycle costs and collaboration to be the focus at Intermat 2024
Epiroc still on record high, despite “weak” construction demand
Q4 results show “demand from construction customers is expected to remain soft,” says company’s CEO
Snake-like robot to be deployed at wrecked Fukushima power plant
Japan’s Tepco to survey Fukushima Daiichi with robot and drones for decommissioning
Brokk reveals next-gen demolition robots
SmartPower+ machines are smarter, easier to control and more robust, says OEM
Blue Vigil trials drone site light
Light is “major advancement in portable lighting”
Finlay partners up in the US
Crushing and screening equipment OEM expands dealer network
Intermat sets sights on 1,000 exhibitors
France-based construction show to be held for the first time since 2018
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