The European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO) has launched an analytical report in order to better understand, through national case studies, some of the main causes of late payment, and how policies and instruments are tackling this issue.
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Article by Ms. Ralf Pasker (EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR EXTERNAL THERMAL INSULATION COMPOSITE SYSTEMS) included in EDI Special Publication 2020
EDI has sent out 70 packages containing copies of EDI Special Publication 2020 and promotional material of the publication and the association in order to publicize this background document and the work of the EDI.
Due to the sanitary situation generated by the Covid-19 and its consequences in Europe and the world, the EDA Board of Directors has decided to cancel this year’s annual event, as the safety of attendees and sponsors is paramount.
Practical information, references and documentation about COVID-19
Article by Ms. Katrine Hauge Smith (DANISH TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE) included in EDI Special Publication 2020
European Construction Sector Observatory (ESCO) publishes its report on skills development in the EU construction sector, which states that the sector will need 1 million new and replacement workers by 2025.
BROWN AND MASON GROUP LTD are one of the World’s leading industrial decommissioning, engineering, dismantling & demolition companies.
Article by Mr. Arne Larsson (CYCLIFE SWEDEN AB VP Technology) included in EDI Special Publication 2020
Mr. Francisco Cobo, President of EDA and EDI is going to participate in the free webinar organised by Demolition & Recycling International (D&Ri) on Wednesday, 3 June at 15:00 (UK time) to discuss the effects of Covid-19 on the sector and how it may develop and change in the months and years ahead.
This initiative was already announced by the Commission when the European Green Deal was presented in December 2019.
Article by Mr. Clement Charpentier (BLASTRAC Marketing Manager) included in EDI Special Publication 2020.
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) keep working to support companies across Europe and to protect citizens and the environment and they are continuing to develop the SCIP database.
The publication counts on the collaboration of specialized national associations, public R&D institutes and international experts from reference organization
The decision to cancel the 2020 edition is based on a survey among the IFAT exhibitors made by Messe München.