The National Care Forum (NCF) – the leading association for not-for-profit social care are pleased to announce that Blueleaf, a care home supplier who have been dedicated to the sector for over 35 years, are amongst the exhibitors at the Global Ageing Conference in Glasgow on 7th and 8th September.
Blueleaf will be showcasing how their innovative products and solutions can enable care homes to reduce their Scope 3 carbon emissions and make improvements for residents, staff and visitors.
Blueleaf CEO, Nick Frogbrook commented: “We’re thrilled to be taking part in the Global Ageing Conference and look forward to taking providers through the three different approaches we use to support customers on their journey to net zero on our stand, D20 and D22, in the main exhibition hall. This starts with the sustainability commitment we have made by becoming Planet Mark Certified, which involves measuring and reducing our own carbon footprint year on year. In our first year of the certification, we have achieved a 12.8% reduction in our carbon emissions and are also protecting an area of endangered rainforest thanks to Cool Earth; a charity working alongside rainforest communities to halt deforestation.
“We will also showcase our new range of plant based sustainable cleaning products called ‘n-kind’ and are excited to talk delegates through the reporting system we have developed that provides full transparency on the packaging used on product orders from our portfolio.”
CEO at the National Care Forum, Vic Rayner reflected on the addition Blueleaf are making to the sponsor and exhibitor lineup at the event: “Blueleaf are the perfect supplier to join our exhibition with its overarching themes of sustainability and innovation as we all work together to shape the future of high quality care and support for older people. I have no doubt that delegates attending from around the world will be keen to learn more about Blueleaf’s products and services in the seminar session they are also running on the conference’s first day.
“Though registration for the events has now closed, I would encourage anyone keen to keep up to date with insights, outcomes and reflections from the conference to follow @NCFCareForum and the hashtag #GAN2023 on X (Twitter) as we plan to bring plenty of buzz from the events to those unable to join us.”