EDI

The European Decontamination Institute, EDI, was founded in 2013 and represents the decontamination industry with its National Associations, contractors and suppliers.

EDI has a strong focus on developments in Europe, which are of interest to the decontamination industry.

Members

EDI wishes you Merry Christmas!

At this time of the year our thoughts are focused on those who have made our success possible. Therefore, we send you our best wishes for this holiday season and for the coming year.

European Green Deal: the strategy to face the environmental challenges

The European Commission presented on 11 December its biggest project to achieve to be climate neutral in 2050: the European Green Deal.

EDI welcomes IETS as a new member

The European Decontamination Institute increases its presence in Europe with the addition of a new association: IETS Innovative & Ergonomic Tools.

Share your expertise about decontamination and hazardous substances throughout Europe

EDI Special Publication 2020 is an extensive document to disseminate informative contents about why decontamination is necessary, define hazardous substances, why they are harmful and how to prevent risks.

EESC "Working with asbestos in energy renovation" report is available

On December 2018, EDA participated in a meeting of the EESC to share its experience and knowledge for the preparation of this document.

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Working with asbestos in energy renovation

Working with asbestos in energy renovation

The revision of the energy performance in buildings directive will have a significant impact on economic activities in the construction sector.

Hazardous Waste Challenges for Demolition Contractors

Hazardous Waste Challenges for Demolition Contractors

This conference book collects the presentations that took place during the forum to spread knowledge and good practices in demolition and decontamination.

Guide of the “Healthy workplaces manage dangerous substances” campaign

Guide of the “Healthy workplaces manage dangerous substances” campaign

This brochure is an introductory guide to the Healthy Workplaces Campaign 2018-19, ‘Healthy Workplaces Manage Dangerous Substances’, organised by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA).

Conference book – EDA Annual Convention 2018

Conference book – EDA Annual Convention 2018

This conference book collects the presentations that took place during the forum to spread knowledge and good practices in demolition and decontamination.

VIDEOS

Interview to delegate of SMH Group

Interview to delegate of SMH Group

Interview to Mr. Oliver Smith, CEO of SMH Group.

Roadmap on Carcinogens 2016-2019

Roadmap on Carcinogens 2016-2019

Six European organizations signed a covenant committing them to a voluntary action scheme to raise awareness of the risks arising from exposures to carcinogens in the workplace and exchange good practices.