BMF launches new Sustainability Forum in June

Builders merchants trade association the Builders Merchants Federation is launching a new Sustainability Forum, which will meet for the first time on 9 June.

Giles Bradford
Giles Bradford

To be chaired by Giles Bradford, communications and engagement manager at Bradfords Building Supplies and sponsored by BMF service member, Peak, the Sustainability Forum will bring together merchants and building material manufacturers for regular briefings and discussions to share progress and best practice.

The inaugural Sustainability Forum will feature a presentation about the Construction Leadership Council’s Construct Zero initiative from Hannah Vickers, CEO of the Association of Consulting Engineers.

Bradford said: “I’m delighted and honoured to chair the BMF Sustainability Forum. Bradfords’ approach to sustainability is underpinned with a deep-rooted understanding of the responsibility that the business has to support its communities and their futures. We must all work together.”

BMF CEO, John Newcomb said: “As manufacturers and merchants, BMF members are in the vanguard of the supply chain and have a vital role to play in championing and delivering the changes necessary for success in the Race to Zero carbon.  Our new Sustainability Forum will not just raise awareness, it will also shine a spotlight on the work members are doing to deliver low carbon solutions.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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