The Bathroom Manufacturers Association(BMA) has announced that it will explore the bathroom industry’s contribution to the green revolution at its Sustainability Forum this April.
The forum, taking place on the 1st, has been designed for SHE, QESH, Environment and Sustainability Managers, as well as Product Developments, Waste Officers, Operations Directors or equivalent leads from the bathroom industry.
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Speakers currently include representatives from Thames Water and BRE Group, and the day is set to incorporate presentations and discussion. There will also be a panel debate on ‘What could the industry do to step up on sustainability?’ and an opportunity for companies to input into the BMA’s education initiatives.
BMA CEO, Tom Reynolds, said: “Sustainability is a priority for all those involved in the bathroom industry. It is now at the forefront of consumer thinking as well as being high on the agenda of policy-maker.
“Our forum offers an exceptional opportunity to hear from a number of leading industry experts, helping delegates keep up to date on emerging environmental strategies and policies.”