| The construction industry generates paramount quantities of waste. While recycling rates of construction and demolition waste (CDW) vary around the world, in all regions most of the material recovered is downcycled into low-quality materials or sent to landfill.
| With the arrival of the new DX380DM-7 model, Doosan has completed the company’s range of new High Reach Demolition Excavators.
| The construction sector is responsible for 11% of carbon emissions around the world. To address this, the UK government has introduced a ten-point plan to reduce carbon emissions within the industry.
| Danish environmental services company Solum A/S will open one of Scandinavia's most modern and advanced sorting plants based on AI and robotic technologies by ZenRobotics.
| Construction materials supplier GRS has secured an exclusive deal to bring to market millions of tonnes of granite arising from British tungsten mining for use as sustainable construction aggregate.
| There’s a great concern about sustainability in the construction industry, with engineers and architects looking towards viable green solutions to create structures and buildings that care for the environment more than they have previously done.
| A new generation of asphalt that recycles 10 used tyres into every tonne of the road surfacing product, is being laid on Gold Coast streets in a world-first trial.
| Processing of recycled asphalt is done by trampling on the surface layer of the existing asphalt site. The reprocessed or reused asphalt is utilized for purposes such as refurbishment and resurfacing.
| Liebherr launches a new machine on the global market: As a successor to the R 944 C, the R 940 Demolition complements the product range, which already includes the R 950 Demolition and the R 960 Demolition.
| Mayors and decision-makers around Europe commit to co-create and implement the European Green Deal together with national governments and the European Union. Cities, regions, organisations and individuals are welcome to endorse the Mannheim Message, a call to involve local governments as real dialogue partners for policy development.
| Mannheim 2020, the 9th European Conference on Sustainable Cities & Towns, will take place from 30 September – 2nd October for the first time online. Over 1,500 representatives are expected to take part in the event.
| The Hans Sauer Award "Circular Cities - Designing Urban Communities of Tomorrow" is looking for innovative solutions to urgent challenge in Europe. Starting October 1st, 2020 the Hans Sauer Foundation welcomes proposals for this year's competition.
| Construction and demolition waste is by far the biggest waste stream within the EU - depending on calculations it is at somewhere around 50 per cent of all waste produced. On the other hand, a lot of the material is not recycled properly.
| Improving efficiency and reuse of materials to construct houses and other buildings can open significant new opportunities to further reducing greenhouse gas emissions, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing.