This article was originally written by DigiPlace for the EDA Yearbook 2021.
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The webinar ‘Waste management in industrial decommissioning’ took place last Wednesday, November 10, and brought to the table issues that were at least useful for professionals in the sector.
After a long time without face-to-face meetings, due to the health situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, last November 17, the members of VERAS met again in person.
EU-OSHA, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, has just published two policy briefs focusing on the role of digitalization and waste management in the circular economy and its implications for occupational safety and health.
Throughout 2021, EDA has launched several reference publications on specific topics of interest to demolition professionals. In addition to publishing them in English, the association offers an incredible opportunity to the national associations that are members: they can translate the guides into their native language and the professionals of the EDA Secretariat will take care of the layout.
After last years performance with over 1,000 participants and 117 exhibitors attending the annual meeting of European players in demolition, and dismantling and the inevitable pause, this year the expectations and joy of the event for 2022 are high.
The fourth edition of GIC, Italian Concrete Days, will take place from 28th to 30th April 2022 in Italy, and it will include a gala dinner for the exhibitors and their customers.
The UK National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC) is currently editing its yearbook of 2022, letting different entities related to the guild of demolitions share their stories on this publication.
This 2021 has been full of challenges and improvements for the European Demolition Association.
The Finnish Asbestos and Dust Sanitation Association (SAP) made a productive visit to the capital of Spain, Madrid, to meet its Spanish colleagues from AEDED.
The 2022 edition of this event takes place on from the 9th to the 11th of June. It will be held in collaboration with SEDDRe and EDI.
EDA has built a solid strategy of working groups, which, over the last few months, have produced tangible results in some highly valuable publications such as the Guide about Attachments for demolition and recycling.
In early October, the European Demolition Association, EDA, was one of the institutions that participated in the first meeting of the High Level Construction Forum.
The event took place in many European cities between the 25th and the 29th of October.
One of the strategic goals of VERAS is operate within the Circular Economy. In that respect VERAS carried out the overall Activity Program Circular Demolition last year. Here we will describe some activities and event powered by VERAS.