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Comment – Waste crime on the rise…

Environment Agency chief describes waste crime as “the new narcotics”. Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to a dedicated Waste and Recycling Event hosted by JCB at its World Headquarters and attended by the great and the good of the waste management sector. One of the guest speakers was Chris Murphy, deputy […]

Comment – An industry with tall carpets…

The UK demolition industry must have very tall carpets, such is the volume of bad news swept under them.   We all know that accidents happen and yet they have an unerring knack of disappearing from view, only to re-emerge without comment, fanfare or explanation when the Health and Safety Executive finally gets around to […]

Comment – Never the twain shall meet…

IDE members should view the vice-presidential election as a vote for independence. It is November and it is officially election season. In the US presidential race, that seems to mean the selection of the lesser of two evils to preside over the world’s largest super-power and thereby dictate the course of the globe over the […]

Comment – One Giant Leap…

The Institute of Demolition Engineers has the opportunity to assemble a Dream Team. It is my personal opinion that trade associations are to demolition what the moon is to Planet Earth. They exert a degree of influence but they are distant and remote; of primary interest to those stood upon them while the rest of […]

Comment – YouTuber death inevitable…

The desire for online fame will lead to a demolition site death; it’s just a matter of time. It is just a few weeks since we warned demolition contractors to be aware of a growing trend among YouTube and Instagram fanatics that were actively trespassing on UK construction sites in order to secure that one […]

Comment – Beware thrill seekers…

Contractors need to step up security to combat worrying trend. Here at DemolitionNews, we are enormous fans of social media in all its guises. We are active on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and, in truth, we could not have achieved the global reach we enjoy without the aid of these various platforms. But social media […]

Comment – Remember them always…

A personal tribute to the four men killed at Didcot A Power Station. Although our professional paths likely crossed, I never had the pleasure or privilege of knowing Mick Collings, Ken Cresswell, Chris Huxtable and John Shaw personally. But having followed every overlong twist and protracted turn of their collective story for almost seven months […]

Open letter to Sarah Champion MP…

Ref: Didcot A Power Station Tragedy. Dear Sarah, I hope you don’t mind me calling you Sarah but – having been your support act on countless TV, radio and newspaper interviews pretty much since the true extent of the Didcot A power station tragedy became clear – I feel as if I know you. Let […]

Comment – The day demolition fell silent…

I am a one-trick-pony. My only discernible talent is the ability to spout streams of words in a roughly grammatical order, 10 hours a day, six days a week. Thankfully, this unexceptional talent earns me a living. Equally thankfully, it has never let me down. Until now. In the immediate aftermath of the tragic events […]

Comment – An ode to Micor…

As another high profile demolition firm sinks, we ask “what is the human cost?” Entrepreneurs are born, they are not created. They are a breed apart; willing to risk it all to pursue their dream; to greet each new setback as a learning opportunity and a chance to hone that vision. Their business is their […]

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