EDA Think Tank to map out next 10 years

By Steve Ducker15 September 2016

The first EDA Think Tank took place in Brussels in 2014

The first EDA Think Tank took place in Brussels in 2014

The latest European Demolition Association (EDA) Think tank meeting will be held on Thursday October 27 in Brussels, Belgium.

Attendance is open to anyone in the demolition industry.

The theme of the meeting will be “The next ten years” as it aims to identify the challenges of the future.

A panel of experts will introduce the topics and the goal of the meeting is to engage participation through open debate with stakeholders and European Union officials.

Entry to the meeting is free of charge for participants, with two sessions of debate either side of a coffee break. Registration starts from 8.30am with the closing remarks scheduled for 1pm.

A lunch will be served afterwards to encourage networking and collective thinking.

This is the second meeting of its kind, following the discussion about recycling and end-of-life of construction products, also held in Brussels in 2014.

The EDA believes that the Think Tank is a fantastic opportunity to get to know at first hand where the demolition industry is going, as well as to share knowledge with other European demolition professionals.

For more details, please visit: www.europeandemolition.org/thinktank/october2016

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