Marshall-Tufflex has launched a new CPD course that details the recycling and sustainability properties of PVC-U cable management systems. The new course is accredited by the CPD certification service.
With over 80 years’ experience in manufacturing PVC-U, the company is a trusted authority on cable management solutions. The launch will ultimately form part of a series and highlight its commitment to supporting continued professional development at specifier and industry level.
The new CPD course also forms part of the Hastings-based manufacturer’s campaign, which is to emphasise the need to reduce the estimated 120 million tonnes of waste produced by the construction industry each year, and instead re-use PVC-U material for manufacturing rather than going to landfill.
Delivered in person at a preferred site or customer premises, it provides an overview of how recycled material is used within those systems and how its use can aid sustainability and the circular economy.
Martin Russell, Group Product Manager at Marshall-Tufflex, comments, “We are actively engaged in developing new and innovative cable management solutions that use recycled materials. We are delighted to launch our first CPD with the aim of increasing awareness about sustainability and the circular economy and making those solutions more accessible.
“After completing the CPD seminar, delegates will understand more about the different types of PVC-U, as well as their properties, and how they can be recycled and used to manufacture new products. The course will also provide guidance on the best practices for specifying PVC-U cable management systems, increasing their understanding and confidence for future projects.”