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BCC announces keynote environmental speaker at Conference 2011
The British Cleaning Council has announced that Dr. Peter Redfern of Nottingham Trent University will be addressing the BCC Conference 2011 on how businesses and other institutions can implement large-scale sustainability projects.
The session will take place on 11th October 2011 at Kings Place in London's Kings Cross, where up to 400 high-level delegates and 10 official exhibitors will form the audience at the award-winning conference hall and exhibition centre.
"We are very pleased to have secured such credible representation from the green movement," sayas Mark Woodhead, Chairman of the British Cleaning Council.
"Nottingham Trent University has been one of the best performers in carbon reduction efforts across the Higher Education sector and has consistently topped the poll for greenest University campuses in the UK. I am sure all our delegates will be keen to hear Dr Redfern's advice on implementing large-scale sustainability projects and examples that can be transferred to our industry; we are delighted to have him onboard."
Dr. Redfern is Principal Lecturer in Environmental Biology and Module leader for Sustainable Resource Management. In addition to his work at the University, he is the Managing Director of the University spin out company Loreus, as well as a Director of EcoCampus, a National Steering Group on sustainability.
Earlier in June Nottingham Trent University was named as the most environmentally friendly and ethical education institution in the UK. The university topped the People & Planet's annual Green League published in by the Guardian newspaper, with the judging panel praising the university for its commitment to becoming a low-carbon and low-energy institution.
Dr. Redfern joins previously confirmed speakers scheduled for the day, which include Daniel Finkelstein, Executive-Editor of the Times, and Norman Baker MP, Secretary of State for Transport. Each speaker will be addressing issues of sustainability and social responsibly for modern businesses.
For full details of the line-up and sponsors exhibiting on the day or to purchase tickets visit: www.britishcleaningcouncil.org
30th June 2011