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Bathroom AGM sees changes at the top

Fake sanitaryware imports and stolen labelling were amongst the discussions at the recent AGM of the Bathroom Manufacturers Association.
The meeting in Manchester also saw the changeover of presidential duties from retiring President, Steve Lee to incoming Ian Stuart, chairman of the Aqualisa Group and JT Group.

Other topics included the progress of the BMA’s Water Efficient Labelling Scheme, European funding for bathroom product innovation and proposals for a WC scrappage scheme to increase water saving.

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Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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