Presentation

The European Demolition Association, EDA, works in the production of different publications about topics of interest for its member and other professionals.

For this reason, EDA collects on this page the documents published so far.

 

EDA publications

European Demolition Industry Report 2018

This report provides a visual overview of Europe’s demolition industry from data gathered in 2018. It includes forecasts and specific information involving company and activity, volume of business and evolution of the demolition activities, among others.

Hazardous Waste Challenges for Demolition Contractors

This report offers a practical overview of which are the most prominent hazardous waste issues in Europe (including asbestos) and how each country takes care of them. It analyses the challenges of waste management, why these are important to demolition contractors and suggestions on “demolition good practices”.

European Demolition Industry Report 2017

The European Demolition Industry Report 2017 includes detailed information about the trends of the demolition industry in 2015-2016, forecasts and specific information.The purpose of these Industry Report is to have a global EU view combined with a national view of the countries directly related with EDA.

European Demolition Industry Report 2016

The purpose of the European Demolition Industry Report 2016 is to continue with the way created by the 2015 edition in order to have a global EU view combined with a national view of the countries directly related with EDA, which will help demolition industry stakeholders in their knowledge of the business inbounds and abroad.

 

European Demolition Industry Report 2015

The document means the the very first report ever produced about the European Demolition Industry, which includes detailed information about the trends of the demolition industry, forecasts and lots of data on how our contractors value many different topics related with their daily operations.

EDA High Reach Guidelines

The aim of this document is to catalogue the best operational techniques which have been gathered by the primary European firms through years of experience in the field and make them available for those operators in this sector who intend to use this type of excavators.