EDA members can become EDI members for free and easily

7/06/2019

Given the importance that the European Demolition Association is acquiring in the atomic energy sector, those members who perform decontamination activities will also be listed as a member of the European Decontamination Institute, EDI, for free.

The European Demolition Association is getting more and more involved in the circular economy, waste management, and nuclear energy in order to provide its experience in these areas, so it is necessary to highlight the expertise that the companies have in radioactive waste management.

And the best way to achieve it is through EDI, a non-profit organization that that has been working since 2013 to promote the interests of the decontamination sector which it represents, ensuring the highest standards of safety, professional integrity, and quality.

One evidence of this is that EDA and EDI have been invited by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to give their perspective on how the associations can get more involved in nuclear energy.

This is due to the progressive nuclear decommissioning and the need not only for companies specializing in demolition but also for companies specializing in decontamination of hazardous waste.

European Decontamination Institute

EDI is the leading platform for national decontamination associations, decontamination contractors and suppliers and has a strong focus on developments in Europe, which are of interest to the decontamination industry.

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

Further, the Decontamination Institute has amongst others the following objectives:

  • To look after, promote and protect the interests of the decontamination industry in Europe;
  • To set and to promote European standards on decontamination techniques;
  • To be involved in and have an impact on health and safety legislation;
  • To be involved in improving the legislation concerning the removal and depositing of hazardous waste;
  • To exchange information on techniques, working methods, and training;
  • To maintain contacts with similar organizations in other parts of the world, e.g. Asia and the U.S.