Innovating with <br>Low Impact <br>Materials | Thermafleece

Innovating with
Low Impact
Materials

21st October 2018

Our own MD and Vice Chair of the Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP) Mark Lynn will be speaking at The London Build Sustainability Summit, part of the London Build Expo being held at Olympia on the 23rd and 24th October.

Mark, together with Duncan Baker-Brown Lecturer/Director at The University of Brighton/ BBM Sustainable Design and Pete Walker who is a Professor/ Director at the University of Bath / BRE Centre for Innovative Construction Materials, will be speaking on Innovating with Low Impact Materials.  Covered in the session will be ‘Material re-use and the circular economy’, ‘Bio-materials for healthier buildings’ and ‘Insulation: It’s more than just U-values’. The lecture will be followed by open discussion.

Speaking of the summit Mark says: ‘there has been much progress in the areas of sustainable product and technological innovation in recent years. When it comes to sustainability, there is a also a need to be innovative in our communication and the language we use in a way that resonates with many more people.’

Innovating with Low Impact Materials takes place on the 23rd October at 2.20pm

More info on the London Build Expo can be found on the website: https://www.londonbuildexpo.com/welcome

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