Free D&Ri webinar: Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling

By Steve Ducker04 August 2020

A panel of industry experts with discuss opportuntiies for recycling construction and demolition waste in the next decade at a free webinar organised by Demolition & Recycling International (D&Ri) on Tuesday 8 September at 15:00 (UK time).

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Jacqueline O’Donovan is among the speakers for the recycling webinar

We are delighted to confirm that the panel members are Jacqueline O’Donovan, managing director of United Kingdom-based recycling specialist O’Donovan Waste Disposal; Bill Turley, executive director of the US Construction and Demolition Recycling Association; and Mazel El Refai, technical director of multinational waste management specialist Averda who is based in the United Arab Emirates.

The discussion will be moderated by Steve Ducker, Editor of D&Ri.

To register for the webinar, please click here

The 45-minute webinar will focus on:

  • Market prospects as companies look to maximise demolition project values especially post Covid-19
  • Possible changes in legislation that will push demolition companies towards cleaner/greener projects
  • Emerging markets for construction and demolition waste recycling
  • Developments at manufacturer level to widen the use of crushing/screening equipment for recycling applications.

 There will be an opportunity to put questions to the panellists.

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