DDR Forum and Expo 2017 on the horizon

By Steve Ducker16 March 2017

The European Demolition Association (EDA) has announced further details of its DDR Forum and Expo event which takes place in Brussels, Belgium, from June 14 to 16.

The association describes the event, organised in partnership with the European Decontamination Institute (EDI), as the first European trade fair specialising in demolition, decontamination and recycling.

Representing an integral part of the circular economy, demolition, decontamination, and recycling have become trending issues for the European Commission and related stakeholders.

With this in mind, the EDA and EDI are encouraging companies to be prepared for the coming legislation changes and new challenges.

DDR Forum and Expo 2017 is concentrating on four main areas:

Industry news – new products and developments showed by the main suppliers and manufacturers of the three trades.

Content – the trade fair will include conferences about legislation, best practice, job stories, case studies – featuring almost 100 experienced speakers – as well as workshops about the circular economy.

Business – during the three days, it will be possible to network, make new contacts, and enjoy special deals.

Fun – the chance to see the host city of Brussels.

To register, which is free of charge, please visit www.ddrexpo.com and complete the registration form on the site.

A number of companies have already signed up for exhibition space at DDR Forum and Expo 2017, including Atlas Copco Construction Tools, Caterpillar and Keestrack. More details for potential exhibitors are also available from the forum and expo website.

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