Demolition & Recycling International - September-October 2019

18 September 2019

Included in the issue: 

  • WORLD NEWS 
    World Demolition Awards shortlists announced; Rockwheel owner buys Hartl; Erkat drum cutters start demolition works on wartime  aboveground bunker, Metso results show healthy half-year; contractor outlines next steps for Didcot A power station; Shearcore grows Fortress offering with largest model yet; dates for your diary to August 2020.
  • INTERVIEW – CHRIS GODEK 
    The president of the USA National Demolition Association reflects on his first six months and considers the priorities for the next two years.
  • SPECIAL FEATURE – LIBERTY INDUSTRIAL
    Australian contractor introduces custom-built high reach demolition excavators modified by Kocurek of the United Kingdom.
  • BREAKERS 
    Including the launch by Rammer of its remote monitoring device that works alongside the Sandvik-developed MyFleet telematics programme.
  • DUST SUPPRESSION 
    When a Colorado, USA-based contractor needed to monitor possible fugitive dust emissions on a major project, it turned to BossTek.
  • CONCRETE CUTTING
    Recent developments in this specialised sector of demolition.
  • REGIONAL FOCUS – NORTH AMERICA
    Demolition and recycling projects from the USA and Canada.
  • WORLD DEMOLITION AWARDS 2019 
    Shortlisted companies across 12 categories will contest the awards in Boston on October 24. See the eligible projects and products and catch up with the conference programme of the World Demolition Summit.
  • OPINION – RICHARD VANN
    RVA Group MD looks at the environment health and safety question. 
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