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Demolition & Recycling International Magazine January-February 2017 Back Issue

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WORLD NEWS
Atlas Copco in agreement to buy Erkat; German Demolition Conference programme announced; Volvo Construction Equipment to move global headquarters from Belgium to Sweden; MDF recycling ‘closer to reality’

HEALTH AND SAFETY
Who's on your site? Staffing levels at demolition project locations can be tough to keep track of, but one contractor has found a solution

SITE REPORT
Demolition company Liberty Industrial won the contract for two stages of removing structures from Hamilton Wharves on the Brisbane River, but it had to rethink the project after an early assessment of the timber

DEMOLITION EXCAVATORS
We find leading manufacturers reaping the rewards of new high reach models, but still attracting interest for standard products

REMOTE CONTROLS AND EXPLOSIVES
As confined spaces and areas unsafe for human access test the expertise of specialists in the field, we look at how Safedem used explosives to demolish a tower block and the challenges it overcame in the project

27 MOBILE CRUSHING
Nearly 90 years ago, SG Loewendick in the US started recycling material from demolition sites. Today, mobile crushing equipment from McCloskey is helping his descendants expand that philosophy

CONEXPO SHOWGUIDE
ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017 takes place from March 7 to 11, with more than 2,500 exhibitors expected and several new features

WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT 2017
Keep up to date with the latest announcements for this year’s event, including the news that the respected industry figures John Woodward and Howard Button will each chair a conference session in London

EQUIPMENT
Power and efficiency at Brokk; Bobcat excavators bound for Italy; Kramer wins Swedish award
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January-February 2017 WORLD NEWS Atlas Copco in agreement to buy Erkat; German Demolition Conference programme announced; Volvo Construction Equipment to move global headquarters from Belgium to Sweden; MDF recycling ‘closer to reality’ HEALTH AND SAFETY Who's on your site? Staffing levels at demolition project locations can be tough to keep track of, but one contractor has found a solution SITE REPORT Demolition company Liberty Industrial won the contract for two stages of removing structures from Hamilton Wharves on the Brisbane River, but it had to rethink the project after an early assessment of the timber DEMOLITION EXCAVATORS We find leading manufacturers reaping the rewards of new high reach models, but still attracting interest for standard products REMOTE CONTROLS AND EXPLOSIVES As confined spaces and areas unsafe for human access test the expertise of specialists in the field, we look at how Safedem used explosives to demolish a tower block and the challenges it overcame in the project 27 MOBILE CRUSHING Nearly 90 years ago, SG Loewendick in the US started recycling material from demolition sites. Today, mobile crushing equipment from McCloskey is helping his descendants expand that philosophy CONEXPO SHOWGUIDE ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017 takes place from March 7 to 11, with more than 2,500 exhibitors expected and several new features WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT 2017 Keep up to date with the latest announcements for this year’s event, including the news that the respected industry figures John Woodward and Howard Button will each chair a conference session in London EQUIPMENT Power and efficiency at Brokk; Bobcat excavators bound for Italy; Kramer wins Swedish award


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WORLD NEWS
Atlas Copco in agreement to buy Erkat; German Demolition Conference programme announced; Volvo Construction Equipment to move global headquarters from Belgium to Sweden; MDF recycling ‘closer to reality’

HEALTH AND SAFETY
Who's on your site? Staffing levels at demolition project locations can be tough to keep track of, but one contractor has found a solution

SITE REPORT
Demolition company Liberty Industrial won the contract for two stages of removing structures from Hamilton Wharves on the Brisbane River, but it had to rethink the project after an early assessment of the timber

DEMOLITION EXCAVATORS
We find leading manufacturers reaping the rewards of new high reach models, but still attracting interest for standard products

REMOTE CONTROLS AND EXPLOSIVES
As confined spaces and areas unsafe for human access test the expertise of specialists in the field, we look at how Safedem used explosives to demolish a tower block and the challenges it overcame in the project

27 MOBILE CRUSHING
Nearly 90 years ago, SG Loewendick in the US started recycling material from demolition sites. Today, mobile crushing equipment from McCloskey is helping his descendants expand that philosophy

CONEXPO SHOWGUIDE
ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017 takes place from March 7 to 11, with more than 2,500 exhibitors expected and several new features

WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT 2017
Keep up to date with the latest announcements for this year’s event, including the news that the respected industry figures John Woodward and Howard Button will each chair a conference session in London

EQUIPMENT
Power and efficiency at Brokk; Bobcat excavators bound for Italy; Kramer wins Swedish award
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