This project aims to improve the efficiency and reduce negative impacts of the construction supply chain by exploring and testing reliable and innovative solutions.
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The European Decontamination Institute, EDI, colaborates with the European Demolition Association, EDA, as partner in the organization of the very first European trade fair specialized in demolition, decontamination and recycling.
The organization of the DDR Expo 2017 offers different marketing opportunities addressed to the supplier companies and manufactures in order to participate showing their latest developments in equipment and machinery.
Technical Summary Report published by Plastic Europe, the Association of Plastics Manufactures.
By this way, the European Commission takes action to promote Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in the EU.
The event, one of the reference meetings for the decontamination trade in Europe, will take place in February, 1-2, in Messe Essen, Germany.
The European Commission’s Senior Labour Inspectors’ Committee (SLIC) launched its Guidance for National Labour Inspectors on addressing risks from worker exposure to respirable crystalline silica (RCS) on construction sites in October 2016 in The Hague, the Netherlands.
The event, which will address the key issues faced by the consortia committed to nuclear decommissioning projects, will take place in London, UK, in March, 1-2, 2017
Brief video-interview to Mr. Oliver Smith, CEO of SMH Group, supplier company member of the European Decontamination Institute, EDI.
The European Decontamination Institute, EDI, shares the best wishes for members, colleagues and all the related professionals of the industry for the Holiday Season 2016-2017.
The European Demolition Association, EDA, in cooperation with the European Decontamination Institute, EDI, and with the support of the National Associations, professional associations and institutions engaged in the related activities, organizes the very first European trade fair specialized in demolition, decontamination and recycling.
On May 13th, the European Commission presented a draft for a revised Directive for the protection of workers against the exposure to carcinogens and mutagens at the workplace, but the European Federation of Building and Woodworkers, EFBWW, sees some need for improvement.
The event, organized by the European Decontamination Institute, EDI, in collaboration with the National decontamination associations, was held on 10th of February, in Brussels (Belgium).
“Beyond asbestos” is the motto of the event, organized by the European Decontamination Institute, EDI, will be held the 10th of February, 2016, in Brussels, Belgium.
Mr. Patrick Frye, from CARDEM, Mr. Stephen Schindler, from EFBWW, and Mr. Gunther Wolff, from DG Environment – European Commission, will participate in the EDI Forum 2016, to be held on February 10, 2016, in Brussels, Belgium.