Posted 15th April

BMA names host for 2019 conference

15th April 2019 - 08:00am
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The Bathroom Manufacturers Association has named Tim Pollard as the host for the 2019 Bathroom & Kitchen Business Conference, set to take place on the 8th October at Carden Park Hotel, Cheshire.

Pollard, principal of Pollard and Pollard – a consultancy service working in the fields of sustainability, energy and resource efficiency in the built environment – will be facilitating the event. He is “well-known in the bathroom industry and respected for his knowledge on compliance and other consumer issues, as well as his engaging personality”.

He was head of sustainability for Wolseley UK, and has experience in all sectors of the construction market. His breadth of knowledge stretches across a wide range of products and technologies, together with the implications and requirements of a sustainable supply chain.

BMA CEO Yvonne Orgill said: “We are delighted that Tim will play such an important role at the conference. He has a wealth of knowledge about our industry, and is someone that believes passionately in the provision of sustainable building solutions – a key topic for this year.”

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