Seli demolishes oil mill

By Leila Steed18 February 2021

The demolition division of Seli Manutenzioni Generali is using a DX530DM high reach excavator and two crawlers to take down an old oil mill.

Located in the town of Inveruno on the outskirts of Milan, Italy, the disused Belloli Oil Mill is currently being demolished to make way for a new school complex.

Seli’s topdown project comprises the removal of two sets of buildings from the 18,000 sq m site. These include a number of 32 m high concrete silos, which were originally used to filter around 12,000 cu m of oil, and a smaller tower

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