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BMJ August issue: CERT scheme flaws exposed

The August issue of Builders Merchants Journal is out this week and includes an interview with BMF managing director Chris Pateman on the fundamental flaws with the government’s Carbon Emissions Reduction Target scheme.

BMJ August issue: CERT scheme flaws exposed

We also report on forthcoming problems with timber availability, thanks to lower production levels in Europe which will inevitably lead to higher prices.

The merchant profiles visit Smith Bros in Leeds, a merchant which focuses solely on public sector project, and Kent plumbers merchant Drakes which prides itself on commitment to customers, employees and suppliers.

This month’s issue also includes the Independent Merchant supplement, which looks at how merchants can plan for the upturn of business.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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