Demolition & Recycling International - March 2020

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Taking down the Crystal Palace Hotel and Casino complex in the Bahamas was the first project of its kind on the island for a quarter of a century. To help their journey into such unfamiliar territory, the owner and general contractor turned to Fábio Bruno
Power stations are among the most iconic of all explosive demolitions, but achieving the desired outcome involves months of planning and some out-of-the box thinking
The next 20 years will bring numerous coal-fired power station demolitions, but how do you do so safely? Roland Alford, managing director of Alford Technologies, a provider of user-filled explosive chargers and disruptors, talks about his company’s experiences
Robots are increasingly favoured for hydrodemolition projects, but what happens to the wastewater left over afterwards?

Breakers are playing an increasingly important role as companies look to make projects more cost-effective and environmentally efficient

D&Ri rounds up some recent product developments and applications for mobile screens as suppliers target markets on both sides of the Atlantic

Companies from a range of market sectors across demolition and recycling will converge on the 2020 ConExpo show, which takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center, USA and starts on March 10

Demolition & Recycling International March 2020 Articles