The Council for Aluminium in Building
(CAB) stand at BEST 2010 will highlight aluminium as a 21st Century material for future generations.
Situated in the high profile feature Hub ‘Low Carbon City’ – Stand LC13 - CAB
will host a drop-in centre for specifiers and contractors wishing to learn more about the aluminium industry’s proactive approach to carbon reduction. CAB
itself is actively involved in a range of UK, International and worldwide projects focusing on improvements in aluminium’s environmental impact and issues such as ‘Responsible Sourcing’.
staff will also be on hand to discuss any technical queries with standards, regulations or best practise issues and also to explain the wide range of membership benefits that exist to companies throughout the aluminium in building supply chain.
Justin Ratcliffe, CAB
Chief Executive said, ‘We are delighted to be supporting BEST 2010 having been involved in its predecessor, Interbuild, for many years. We look forward to meeting architects, specifiers and other members of the supply chain to explain why aluminium should be their material of choice.’
Visit the CAB
stand LC13 within the ‘Low Carbon City’ Hub to find out more.
For more details on CAB
and becoming a member of the trade association contact Julie Harley at the CAB
office at firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact CAB
on 01453 828851.