What matters always remainsPublished 2/12, 2020 at 11:33
2020 is perhaps a year that many people would like to forget.
But to tell you the truth, it has been a year from which we can learn a lot. We have adapted to a new way of greeting each other, of being in contact with our loved ones, of holding meetings and events, of making business...but we have also learned (or rather, relearned) that what is really important always remains.
In the case of EDA, the important thing for us is to keep disseminating knowledge about demolition and other related activities. For this reason, this year we wanted to launch a new edition of our yearbook, which brought us great joy last year. The EDA Yearbook 2020 aims to be a reference document to get a feel of the state of the sector and know more about the national associations that are involved in EDA.
Often questions arise such as how is the demolition industry in Europe? And in other countries of the world? How is waste management carried out? What is the balance sheet of this year of associations and companies? What will the future bring us? To answer these questions, we have had the collaboration of companies all over the world, national associations and entities of the construction sector that have given their vision on DDR (Demolition, Decontamination and Recycling).
From the association, we want to thank the participation of all these entities and companies: some of whom participated for the first time in the yearbook and others, like PDi, are already regular collaborators of this kind of publication. Also, we would like to highlight the support of 20 sponsors who have made this publication possible and who are increasing in numbers from year to year.
We invite you to visit www.europeandemolition.org/yearbook and take a look at the publication.
The EDA was founded in 1978 and is the leading platform for national demolition associations, demolition contractors and suppliers. The EDA has a strong focus on developments in Europe, which are of interest to the demolition industry.