Northumbria University and Anglo Scottish to Host Sustainability Roundtable Event
12th September 2022
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We’re delighted to be co-hosting a roundtable and panel discussion with Northumbria University focussing on sustainability in the construction and supply chain sector.
With expert guidance from Charlotte Enright, Business development manager at Anglo Scottish, and Northumbria University’s Newcastle Business School’s, Alireza Shokri, we will facilitate collaboration and provide critical resources to enable green investment in processes, projects, and products within the sector. Dan Smith, director of energy services at ClearVUE, a NetZero consultancy, will also be part of the panel, and he will outline how the company organisations to help them achieve Net Zero.
During the event, delegates will be encouraged to discuss barriers and pain points to sustainability with the intention to gain shared knowledge and an understanding of what is going to be required to meet their sustainability goals.
Identifying required resources for environmental sustainability within the construction sector and providing real solutions, will also be key discussion areas. This will include how Anglo Scottish and can collaborate with attendees to help provide resources and investment to become a business that champions sustainability and a market leader.
Join us on Wednesday 5th October to discover more. You can sign up for the event here.
Or contact us to learn more.
Name Roundtable: Green Construction Supply Chain Challenges and Opportunities
Location: Northumbria University, Great Hall, Sutherland Building, Ellison Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8ST
Date: 5th October 2022
Time: 9.30am – 12pm
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