Demolition & Recycling International - January-February 2019

06 February 2019

Included in the issue: 

  • WORLD NEWS 
    New president for UK Institute of Demolition Engineers; Wacker Neuson officially opens Chinese R&D factory; RVA in big Sardinian blowdown; Serbian conference explores sustainability; award winner gains friends in high places; Evoquip makes impact at USA showcase; second health and safety success for commercial explosives company.
  • SITE REPORT – KIEWIT/MANSON 
    How a collaborative project led by the USA-based joint venture finished a year early and produced savings of $20 million for the client.
  • SITE REPORT – JET DEMOLITION 
    The South African contractor responded to an over-pressurisation event at a power station boiler house in award-winning fashion.
  • SPECIAL FEATURE 
    Two years on from becoming an independent company, Hyundai Construction Equipment is settling into its new environment.
  • DEMOLITION EXCAVATORS 
    Volvo CE continues to evolve from a humble approach to high reach; the Kobelco Next system helps meet demand for smaller machines; concrete munching attachment helps Komatsu take down a four-storey building.
  • MOBILE CRUSHING 
    A McCloskey recirculating jaw crusher is making a big difference at a waste management company in central Jutland, Denmark.
  • SPECIALISED TRANSPORT 
    Round up of the latest developments including a US$2.6 million truck investment by leading demolition contractor the McGee Group.
  • BAUMA PREVIEW 
    The Messe Munchen exhibition director talks to KHL while the biggest outdoor exhibitor at the show continues its preparations for the largest show in the construction industry, taking place in Germany this April.
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