Healthy, Sustainable, Beautiful. <br> Theatre 4 <br> 1.15pm | Thermafleece

Healthy, Sustainable, Beautiful.
Theatre 4
1.15pm

8th June 2016

Hear the views of Mark Lynn, our own Managing Director and Board Member of the Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP) as he takes part in the  Healthy, Sustainable, Beautiful section of the Building Health & Wellness seminar. Taking place on the 8th June in Theatre 4 at 1.15pm. Mark will be one of the panel of experts presenting their innovative approaches to healthy products/healthy buildings.

Mark Lynn has more than 20 years’ experience in the field of natural building materials and is one of the UK’s leading experts on sustainable insulation. Joining him on the panel will be:  Chris Brookman, 
‎Owner
Back to Earth (SW) Ltd, Hannah Maiden
, Business Development Advisor
 Keim Mineral Paints, Andrew Mitchell
, Managing Director 
Natural Building Technologies (NBT), Martin Twamley, 
UK Technical Manager
 STEICO UK Ltd. Stephanie Palmer
, Sustainability Manager
 Wienerberger Ltd.
Session chaired by Gary Newman, Executive chair of ASBP.
For more information visit:   http://www.visionlondon.com/sessions/category-building-health-wellness

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