Participants will discuss how the bathroom industry can be part of a post-COVID green recovery

The Bathroom Manufacturers Association is to host its first-ever Sustainability Forum online on 1 July.

Participants can look forward to a broad ranging agenda and will discuss how the bathroom industry can be part of a post-COVID green recovery.

The trade body’s Chief Executive, Tom Reynolds, said: “Originally we had planned for this to be a day-long physical event but sadly COVID got in the way. Instead the meeting will be online with a shorter agenda. We will be holding a second Forum later in the year, so 1 July’s session will be a lively series of discussions to kick-start debate.” 

The forum’s agenda will include:

  • Peter Holland, Consultant, Linear Structure, on adaptation of sales teams to the new environment and creating an outstanding virtual experience to sell sustainability 
  • Jane Thornback, Sustainability Policy Advisor, Construction Products Association, on circular economy as a policy direction and what different parts of the construction supply chain are doing on sustainability 
  • Alex Lubbock, Managing Director, BIM Object, on what role could BIM have in sustainability 
  • Andrew Tucker, Water Efficiency Manager, Thames Water, on water scarcity as an issue and what should manufacturers be doing to help on water efficiency.

A few free places are still available to participate in the Forum. Register online on the BMA’s website:


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