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Gram takes the Go Green Debate on tour

23 February 2016 by
Gram takes the Go Green Debate on tour

Gram UK will take its Go Green Debate on tour during Hotelympia to discuss the future of Sustainability and the barriers to sustainability in the kitchen.

Glenn Roberts, managing director of Gram UK and newly appointed vice chair for the Catering Equipment Suppliers Association (CESA), will chair the panel, which also includes Kate Gould, managing director at Keg Catering Consultants and co-founder of CaterOps; Dominic Burbridge, associate director at the Carbon Trust; James Sharman, energy manager at Mitchells & Butlers and Richard Gladwin, joint owner of the Shed and the Rabbit restaurants.

The audience will have two chances to participate: visitors to Hotelympia can watch the panel live at 1:45pm on 29 January on the Waste Works stage at London ExCeL, or people can watch online at 3pm on 1 March, by registering at www.thegogreendebate.co.uk

Referring to Roberts' appointment as vice chair of CESA, Simon Frost, chair of CESA, commented: "Whilst it was very disappointing that Steve Elliott had to step down as vice chair, in Glenn we have a first class replacement.

"Having witnessed his input into CESA as a council member and his active participation in committees, I know that Glenn is the ideal person to undertake the role."


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