The European Decontamination Industry Report 2021, a new edition of EDI’s industry sector, is now available for online consultation (accessible from all types of devices).
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In January 2021, for the first time in the history of the independent Republic of Lithuania, the Lithuanian Demolition Association was established.
Registrations are now open for the long awaited 2021 edition of the Contamination & Geotech Expo, taking place on 22-23 September.
Although some of the sector’s events return in 2021, it will be 2022 before we return to the normality we knew before the pandemic. And one of the first events next year will be DCONEX 2022.
In the UK the role of the Pre-Demolition Audit is to identify and formalise options for reuse and recycling of products and materials involved within the demolition or refurbishment process and so divert them from landfill where possible.
Good news. The European Decontamination Industry Report 2021 is making progress. The surveys have recently been closed, after having been answered by numerous industry professionals from all parts of Europe.
The European Commission is currently preparing a legislative proposal to amend the annexes that deal with waste of Regulation (EU) 2019/1021 on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs).
Within the training programme of the European Demolition Association, EDA, there is usually also a place for our activity: decontamination of hazardous substances. In this regard, a webinar of great interest to EDI members and, ultimately, to decontamination professionals was held on June 2.
The PolyStyreneLoop Cooperative is a non-profit organisation under Dutch law. Members of the foundation are industry representatives from the whole polystyrene foam value chain.
After months of work, EDI Special Publication 2021 – Decontamination of hazardous substances is now ready. A reference publication that reviews more than a dozen of these substances such as asbestos, BTEX or silica dust.
The Russian National Association of Demolition Organizations (NADO) unites professionals in the dismantling industry.
Created in 2006, INTERAMIANTO – Technical Society of Asbestos Removal Ltd is the only company to act in the portuguese market with EU certification.
EDI is working on the elaboration of its European Decontamination Industry Report 2021. A study that aims to collect data of high value for decontamination professionals across Europe and provides an overview of the current situation of the sector.
MuniRem Environmental has a portfolio of innovative green remediation technologies for metals, explosives, radiation, petroleum and perchlorate in various media.
After the good reception of its first edition, published in 2020, the European Decontamination Institute (EDI) is working on its Special Publication 2021 – Decontamination of hazardous substances.