Posted 31st January

TUKC kicks off search for Greatest Green Showroom

By KBBDaily on 31st January 2019 - 15:35pm
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The Used Kitchen Company – TUKC – is marking its 13th anniversary by launching a new award for “kitchen showrooms that demonstrate their own dedication to saving kitchens from landfill”.

The new ‘Greatest Green Showroom’ award will be presented by TUKC founder Looeeze Grossman, pictured, to the kitchen showroom that puts the highest number of ex-display kitchens “up for adoption” through TUKC throughout the year.

“A third of consumers prefer to buy from brands that have positive environmental and social impacts and which make their sustainable credentials clear,” said Grossman.

“Our award will help a kitchen showroom shout about their green approach to their business, through their commitment to kitchen recycling, providing a platform for truly positive green messaging.”

Grossman added: “The further we can spread the virtuous circle of kitchen recycling, the better it will be for everyone concerned, not to mention our environment.”

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