Sustainable Materials in Construction

Are there high-performing construction materials that are sustainable and can contribute to net zero carbon targets? Join us to hear from three manufacturers who are leading the way.

With a distinct lack of low-carbon materials to meet net zero carbon targets, and a fundamental need for sustainable building goods, these Scottish-based pioneers will share their journey in producing greener commodities.

In the first part of the show, Lucy Black from Kenoteq will introduce you to the world’s most sustainable low-carbon brick. Sam Baumber, Co-Founder of IndiNature, will then explain how UK grown and made bio-based insulation for roofs, floors and walls will help decarbonise construction.

Finally, Alasdair Campbell, owner & founder of the Isle of Skye Paint Company, will reveal how the colours from nature’s playground on Skye inspired him to produce natural sustainable paint, made with organic seaweed.

As well as finding out where the sustainable bricks, insulation and paints are used today, you’ll also get the chance to get your hands on all the products and discuss with Lucy, Sam and Alasdair the challenges they’ve had to overcome.

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Sam Baumber
Co-Founder & Business Development Director
IndiNature
Alasdair Campbell
Founder
The Isle of Skye Paint Company
Lucy Black
Head of Business Development
Kenoteq
green home festival 2024
sustainable materials in construction

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