Construction Waste News

  • 360° Handy

    When you have a machine but it's actually like you've got ten then you can call out bingo. It's a bit like having a drill, you can change bits or tips and you can fix and make anything. ...


    By MB Crusher

  • MB Crusher Excon Review: Ready to expand our product portfolio in India

    People have come from all over India. In their thousands. And they witnessed a real demonstration of the MB Crusher olive-press and screening at work. ...


    By MB Crusher

  • MB Crusher Excon Review: Ready to Expand Our Product Portfolio in India

    People have come from all over India. In their thousands. And they witnessed a real demonstration of the MB Crusher olive-press and screening at work. Last December, MB India Pvt LTD, Indian branch of MB Crusher, participated in the ninth edition of the Excon fair. Organised in ...


    By MB Crusher

  • MB Crusher: the environmental future

    The constant renewal of buildings, both public and private, the redevelopment of numerous industrial areas, reclaiming of brownfields and generic urban development bring to light the problem of the management of construction and demolition waste. At present, construction and demolition waste ...


    By MB Crusher

  • Mb to Show Special Line of Products Dedicated to Recycling at Ecomondo Trade Fair

    ''The management of the waste generated by construction and demolition has become an important issue - a subject of debate and often, of dispute. In reality, inert waste is not a problem for worksites. It is and must become a resource. Construction debris, for example, can be processed by MB Crusher machinery and transformed into material ready for re-use on the site itself, or sold for ...


    By MB Crusher

  • Spanish facility set to process 20,000 tonnes of waste per year

    Waste management specialist Madegan is in the final stages of commissioning a new shredding system that will enable the family-run business to process up to 20,000 tonnes of waste per year. The Spanish organisation is no stranger to the waste and recycling market, having its roots in the late 1970s. But fast forward to 2017 and continued growth and innovation means Madegan is now a well-known ...

  • Suez logs record international revenues at 9mth mark

    Suez shares outperformed a falling CAC40 index today on the back of an in-line set of nine-month financial results, which showed EBITDA up 1.9% at €1.96 billion on revenues of €11.2 billion (up 2.6%), at constant exchange rates. The numbers offer some evidence that the group has rebounded from a first half which was characterised by poor weather, and which CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade ...

  • Forkliftable Recycling Collection Cart Now Features Durable, Powder-Coated Base as Standard

    The 50P-16S forkliftable recycling collection cart from recycling product manufacturer MODRoto, Madison, IN now features the company’s sturdy, powder-coated, metal support base as standard. Delivering the load bearing strength and rigidity of steel and the weather-resistance of plastic, the powder-coated, metal support base safely handles up to 500 lbs. of paper, glass, ...


    By MODRoto

  • Environmental performance of construction and demolition waste management

    The EU Waste Framework Directive1 aims to recycle or recover materially 70% of non-hazardous construction and demolition waste by 2020. This study evaluated the performance of the Finnish waste management system against this target. The results showed that the system generates environmental benefits and is profitable, but has not reached the 70% target. The researchers suggest ways the tar Europe ...


    By European Commission

  • Magnets for waste processing, construction and demolition sorting lines

    Goudsmit Magnetics recently constructed a new electromagnetic overbelt magnet for Langezaal BV of Haaksbergen. This is intended for optimization of the ferrous metal separation on an existing rubble crusher. Overbelt magnets of this type find their use in applications such as waste processing, construction and demolition sorting lines and separation of undesired ferrous particles from the ...


    By Goudsmit Magnetic Systems BV

  • One Shredder, multiple uses..

    It was a fantastic 2014 for Warwick Ward and sales of Tana Shredders. As we move into 2015 now, we have an impressive forward order book and are looking to further our presence in the market with this incredible machine. Tana differentiates itself from the competition with the unique ability to do much more for a recycling company. I thought I'd share with you just a few of the features and ...


    By Tana Oy

  • It’s time to tackle construction and demolition waste

    A little known fact of Canadian achievements is that on a per capita basis we generate more wastes than any other country in the world. Construction and demolition waste forms a large part of this dubious distinction. In 2009 the Canadian Council for the Ministers of the Environment (CCME) developed a waste action plan to tackle this problem. In the first phase of the plan, specific materials ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • International Waste Summit–Striving for Net Zero Construction by 2030 to prevent of polluting Water and Soil

    The Construction Resources Initiative Council (CRI Council) is hosting an International Waste Summit in Ottawa, Ontario as part of a global initiative to reduce waste in the construction sector. Globally, the construction and operation of buildings consumes 40% of all ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Environment/industrial policy: Live and work in better buildings

    Today the Commission adopted new proposals which aim to reduce the environmental impacts of new and renovated buildings by increasing resource efficiency and improving the information available about the environmental performance of buildings. The results should be: good for the environment. Almost one half of the EU's final energy consumption and extracted ...

  • Experts Warn that the Waste Sector Needs Notice on Targets

    The chief executive of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has suggested that the waste industry would need up to five years’ notice in order to prepare for the introduction of landfill bans. June Steve Lee, provided evidence in front of an Environmental Audit Committee hearing in London where he said his organisation was ‘not opposed’ to a ban on sending ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Spectacular growth forecast for C&D recycling

    Europe: In Europe, the construction and demolition (C&D) waste recycling market is likely to hit Euro 17 billion (US$ 24 billion) by 2020. That would represent a Euro 3 billion increase compared to 2013 revenues, notes a study by Frost & Sullivan. Last year, the C&D market was worth US$ 18.75 billion. An estimated 25.9% rise in the volume of waste till 2020 is ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: Growing Volume of Construction and Demolition Waste Boosts the Recycling Market

    The growing volume of construction and demolition (C&D) waste has become a significant concern in Europe. The C&D market in the region is governed by regulations regarding waste reduction, recycling and diversion of waste material resources away from landfilling. Therefore, the need to recycle C&D waste has prompted waste management companies to optimise collection systems and ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Brooklyn, NY, recycler cited by US Labor Department`s OSHA for heat-related death

    The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Cooper Tank & Welding Corp., doing business as Cooper Tank Recycling, for eight serious health and safety violations following the heat-related death of a 64-year-old worker at the Brooklyn recycling facility on 222 Maspeth Ave. "This was a needless and preventable loss of life," said Kay Gee, OSHA's area ...

  • Local company and director found guilty of illegally burning waste on Annesley Hall Estate

    Yesterday, 10 December 2013, East Midlands Developments Limited of Mansfield Road, Derbyshire and company director Stephen Rye of Mansfield, were found guilty at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court to charges relating to the burning of waste at Annesley Hall. East Midlands Developments Limited was found guilty of an additional charge relating to the importation of construction and demolition waste ...

  • Darlington firm and four family members guilty

    A Darlington-based business and four members of the same family have been convicted of multiple waste crime offences following a 10-week trial at Teesside Crown Court. Albert Skip Hire Ltd, its manager Raymond Anthony Shepherd, and his brother and company director Paul Stuart Shepherd, were all convicted on Friday (8 November) following an Environment Agency investigation. Family members Jack ...

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