Demolition & Recycling International - April-May 2020

07 May 2020

Incldued in this issue:

  • WORLD NEWS
    European construction calls for urgent Coronavirus action; United Kingdom survey of demolition contractors offers hope for future; US National Demolition Association finds potential help in new government legislation; Doosan launches demolition excavator; Hillhead postponed to 2021; how to get your digital D&Ri if you are working from home.
  • DEMOLITION AND CORONAVIRUS
    Reliving the most challenging month the industry has ever faced as the Covid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc for employers and workers alike.
  • COMPACT CRUSHING
    Diverse applications and series product launches demonstrate the need for versatility in modern compact crushing systems.
  • SITE REPORT
    When the southern highway bridge on the A3 motorway at Regensburg, Germany was demolished, equipment from Italian manufacturer Mantovanibenne proved central to both the first and second phases.
  • C&D WASTE RECYCLING
    Construction and demolition waste recycling remains a source of ideas of innovation. D&Ri rounds up some recent developments.
  • DUST CONTROL
    Boss Tek adds its expertise to a project at a military base in the USA; Applied Science International models implosion-induced dust.
  • LIEBHERR FRANCE
    D&Ri visited the equipment manufacturer to discuss its evolution, product range, how it works with customers and plans for the future.
  • OPINION – RICHARD VANN
    Do modern economics make selling redundant plant impossible? Richard Vann, the managing director of the international RVA Group and D&Ri columnist, ponders the question and the possible outcomes.
  • EQUIPMENT
    Two pages of product launches from the recent ConExpo show.
  • WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT
    Updates ahead of the 12th event in Austria on November 11 and 12
  • EDA
    The need for a safety-first approach during Covid-19
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