Demolition & Recycling International - April-May 2020
European construction calls for urgent Coronavirus action; United Kingdom survey of demolition contractors offers hope for future; US
National Demolition Association finds potential help in new government
legislation; Doosan launches demolition excavator; Hillhead postponed
to 2021; how to get your digital D&Ri if you are working from home.
DEMOLITION AND CORONAVIRUS
Reliving the most challenging month the industry has ever faced as the
Covid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc for employers and workers alike.
Diverse applications and series product launches demonstrate the need
for versatility in modern compact crushing systems.
When the southern highway bridge on the A3 motorway at Regensburg,
Germany was demolished, equipment from Italian manufacturer
Mantovanibenne proved central to both the first and second phases.
C&D WASTE RECYCLING
Construction and demolition waste recycling remains a source of ideas
of innovation. D&Ri rounds up some recent developments.
Boss Tek adds its expertise to a project at a military base in the USA;
Applied Science International models implosion-induced dust.
D&Ri visited the equipment manufacturer to discuss its evolution,
product range, how it works with customers and plans for the future.
OPINION – RICHARD VANN
Do modern economics make selling redundant plant impossible?
Richard Vann, the managing director of the international RVA Group
and D&Ri columnist, ponders the question and the possible outcomes.
Two pages of product launches from the recent ConExpo show.
WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT
Updates ahead of the 12th event in Austria on November 11 and 12
The need for a safety-first approach during Covid-19