Crown to deliver paint seminar at Scotland Build

Crown Paints to deliver paint sustainability seminar at Scotland Build

  • 22 Oct 2015

Crown Paints has announced it will be delivering its ‘Different Shades of Green – Delivering Paint Sustainability’ CPD at Scotland Build 2015 next month.

The seminar was launched at this year’s EcoBuild, hosted by Crown Paints’ CPD accredited presented David Spicer.

The Scotland Build Expo is scheduled to take place at the SECC in Glasgow between the 25-26 November, offering a variety of free CPD accredited training workshops to delegates.

‘Different Shades of Green’ is being held at 12.20pm on the 26th November, in the Building Solutions and Materials Workshop.

The presentation will focus specifically on paint and coatings, and will look into topics including BREEAM, issues with standardisation, products helping to extend maintenance cycles, carbon foot printing, the integrated approach to sustainability and corporate social responsibility. 

The CPD joins a series of accredited programmes available from the paint manufacturer, including ‘Burning issues – the hazard of painted walls and ceilings’, ‘The role of colour in buildiings’, ‘Colour in education’ and ‘Effective paint specification.’

The CPD is free to attend by contacting Crown Paints Specification Services on 0330 020 0310 or emailing [email protected]

Crown Trade,
PO Box 37,
Hollins Road,
BB3 0BG,
United Kingdom,

Phone 0330 0240310
Fax 01254 774414

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