Construction Europe - June 2021

By Anita Bhakta05 July 2021

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The race is on to reduce the emissions produced by the manufacture of concrete. Meanwhile some vast projects are forging ahead in Europe, many of which are ‘green’ in innovative ways, as Mike Hayes reports.

The development of hybrid and electric machines for construction is generally seen as a huge opportunity. So where is the industry currently in terms of its adoption? D&RI editor Steve Ducker brings us up to speed.

As Europe continues to move ahead with its carbon neutral mission, equipment within the quarrying sector seems to have become a focal point for low emission – and a host of other – innovations, as Leila Steed reports.

As diesel feels the pressure of increasing scrutiny and minute regulation, the way construction firms power their equipment has never been more important, as Mike Hayes reports.

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