Save the dates for D&Ri’s early 2021 webinars

11 December 2020

Demolition & Recycling International (D&RI) is to hold two online webinars in the first half of 2021, building on the successful events launched last year.

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D&Ri editor Steve Ducker moderating our recycling webinar earlier this year

On 10 February, we will host Demolition Equipment Challenges, which will discuss how manufacturing for the demolition industry might look in a post-Covid environment.

Then on 28 April, Recycling Opportunities will consider how companies across the world can make the most of increasing environmental awareness and the Circular Economy.

Both events will start at 3pm UK time and last for around 45 minutes with an opportunity for members of the audience to put questions to the panellists.

The names of the panellists, together with details of how to register for the events, will be announced in due course.

Speakers at previous events have included Francisco Cobo (president, European Demolition Association), David Darsey (Erith Contractors), Martin Krupicka (Brokk), Mazen El Refai (Averda), Jacqueline O’Donovan (O’Donovan Waste Disposal) and Bill Turley (Construction and Demolition Recycling Association).

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