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Recofloor - Closing the Loop

working with the supply chain to divert vinyl flooring from landfill
Recofloor, the vinyl-take back scheme, is hosting a seminar & awards event on sustainability within the flooring industry.

Wednesday 18th April 2012 at BRE Innovation Park, Bucknalls Lane, Watford WD25 9XX
(For Sat Nav use WD25 9NH) Come along to the Recofloor sustainability event to find out how Recofloor can work for your business. We will be celebrating the success of the scheme in 2011 and presenting awards in recognition of the commitment and achievements of Recofloor collectors. The event will be an opportunity to: • increase your understanding of Recofloor; • attend a seminar with key speakers from the construction industry including BRE, WRAP & CFA; and • meet fellow industry professionals. To register for this event, and reserve your place, please visit: www.recofloor.org/closingtheloop.php £15 booking fee, includes lunch and £5 donation to Make A Wish Foundation www.make-a-wish.org.uk

Recofloor - Closing the Loop
working with the supply chain to divert vinyl flooring from landfill

Seminar & awards event programme
10:00 Registration, coffee and biscuits 10:30 Seminar 1 - Sustainability within the construction sector: Dr Jason Leadbitter, Ineos ChlorVinyls Key sustainability credentials of PVC within the construction industry Stuart Blofeld, BRE The BRE SMARTWaste scheme and Flooring Waste Reporting Tool Mike Falconer Hall, WRAP (Title TBC) 11.30 Coffee break 11.45 Seminar 2 - Working with the supply chain to divert vinyl flooring from landfill: Richard Catt, CFA The flooring sustainability partnership Jane Gardner, Axion Consulting Working with the supply chain to divert vinyl flooring from landfill Working with the supply chain: practical case studies Practical case studies from Wates Retail (Sean Murphy) and others TBC 12:45 Buffet lunch 14:00 Awards ceremony in lecture theatre 15.00 Finish. Delegates can visit the Innovation Park at their leisure

Venue: BRE Innovation Park
After the Recofloor Sustainability event, delegates will have the opportunity to visit the BRE Innovation Park. The park is designed to provide an educational resource for industry professionals who want to see and learn about new and innovative approaches to creating sustainable buildings and communities. The Innovation Park’s buildings have been designed by some of the UK’s leading manufacturers, architects and engineers. They showcase the latest modern methods of construction and over 400 innovative products and emerging technologies. The Innovation Park features 8 of the world’s most sustainable houses, a health centre of the future, a refurbished Victorian Terrace and over 400 different construction innovations and emerging technologies as well as state of the art community landscape design.

For further information, please call +44 161 355 7618 or email info@recofloor.org