Foam association to stage inaugural event at London's Building Centre

The British Rigid Urethane Foam Manufacturers' Association (BRUFMA) will host its first annual conference at London's Building Centre on Thursday (14 July).

The Building Centre
The Building Centre

The inaugural event, titled 'Building Performance: Homes and Beyond', will bring together professionals, architects, contractors and clients and provide an opportunity for debate, discussion and knowledge sharing around issues that affect the industry such as energy efficiency, building performance and digital building.

Speakers at the conference will include Guy Hammersley, executive director of BRE and BRE Group, Peter Caplehorn, policy director and deputy chief executive at Construction Products Association, and Dr Matthew Webb, home and local energy directorate at the Department of Energy and Climate Change.

Mel Price, assistant chief executive at BRUFMA, said: "Our first annual conference will be an exciting opportunity for delegates to hear from thought leaders across the industry, network with fellow colleagues and get involved in key areas of discussion about the many issues and challenges facing the sector at this time."

BRUFMA is the representative body for the PIR Insulation Industry in the UK. Its membership comprises all of the major companies in the industry, including manufacturers of finished products, suppliers of the various raw materials and associated services.

The industry supplies more than one third of all insulation products in the UK and is the largest sector by value.

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