Demolition & Recycling International - November-December 2019

18 November 2019

Included in this issue:

  • WORLD NEWS
    World Demolition Awards winners; Keestrack expands in Baltic region; Epiroc breaker helps demolish Portuguese bullring; OilQuick and Engcon go for closer collaboration; ECY Haulmark and Steelwrist sign co-operation deal; Collard acquires waste company; third quarter results boost for Terex Materials Processing; Brokk expands in USA
  • DECOMMISSIONING
    Regular D&Ri columnist Richard Vann, managing director of the global RVA Group, gives his view on power station decommissioning and revisits the supply and demand projections he made two years ago
  • COMPACT EQUIPMENT
    Loader manufacturers have been looking for marginal gains to fulfil the equation between ruggedness and versatility of products in modern demolition and recycling applications for their machines
  • WORLD DEMOLITION AWARDS 2019
    Almost 250 years on from the Boston Tea Party, a somewhat more conventional gathering headed for the north east of the USA as a highest ever attendance celebrated innovation and best practice from a record number entries for the 11th and latest World Demolition Awards
  • HYDRODEMOLITION
    A major project on a motorway viaduct in the United Kingdom that carries 120,000 vehicles a day proved an opportunity for two Water Jetting Association members, Sabre Jetting Services and Buxton Water
  • OKADA AIYON
    A look at recent developments involving the Japanese attachment manufacturer, which is now active on three continents
  • WORLD OF CONCRETE 2020
    As the annual event for its industry, World of Concrete continues to pull in the crowds, which are now at their highest level for a decade. What will 2020 bring? We look at some of the exhibitors
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