UK trade show KBB Birmingham (KBB), which takes place at the NEC from March 3-6, 2024, has partnered with The Used Kitchen Company (TUKC), to produce a greener event.
Now in its third consecutive year, the collboration urges exhibitors to sell displays ahead of KBB 2024.
It aims to aid contribution towards recycling within the kbb industry, and highlight how used and ex-display kitchens can be re-used.
Online marketplace for used and ex-display kitchens, The Used Kitchen Company was established by Looeeze Grossman 18 years ago.
Having extended its service to bedrooms and bathrooms too, it encourages homeowners, showrooms and event exhibitors to recycle instead of abandoning otherwise usable materials to landfill.
KBB Birmingham event director, Sam Fisher comments “We are so pleased to be partnering with The Used Kitchen Company again this year.
“Sustainability guides our decisions, events, and daily operations and this is one of many ways we are achieving a greener KBB.
“We hope our continued collaboration with TUKC will change how the industry thinks of our kitchens – no longer as something disposable, but instead a product of skilled craftsmanship and quality materials, designed to be reused repeatedly.”