EPD webinar with Fletcher Building, Allied Concrete and BRANZ

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Nail it down with EPDs

Building experts reflect on Environmental Product Declarations

The business case ▪ Lessons learned ▪ The bigger picture.

Join Fletcher Building, Allied Concrete and BRANZ and benefit from their insight in the development of Environmental Product Declarations and their use in the construction industry.

An Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) provides relevant and verified information about the environmental impact of products and materials.

Marketing managers, product and material manufacturers, procurement officers, developers and architects will discover in 45 minutes the business case, lessons learned and how EPDs can be used for the environmental assessment of buildings.

There’s no charge for this interactive webinar, but places are limited.

Date & time

Tuesday, 11 November 2014
3.00 – 3.45pm NZDT / 1.00 – 1.45pm AEDT

 Webinar objectives

  • Understand the business case for EPDs

  • Learn from experience of developing an EPD

  • Understand how EPDs are used to assess the environmental performance of buildings

  • Answers for your questions on EPDs

Who will benefit?

  • Environment and Sustainability Professionals

  • Research and Development

  • Marketing and Business Development

  • Procurement

  • Product and Material Manufacturers

  • Architects, Builders, Engineers and Developers

Hear from the experts

John McArthur, Carbon Reporting Manager at Fletcher Building, will discuss the business case for building product manufacturers to produce EPDs and what they mean for industry.

Chris Munn, National Technical Manager, Allied Concrete, will share lessons learned from developing their EPD for concrete in New Zealand.

David Dowdell, Principal Scientist - Sustainability, will provide context by showing how EPDs fit into the assessment of whole buildings.

Barbara Nebel, Managing Director of PE INTERNATIONAL in Australasia and President of the Life Cycle Association of New Zealand, will facilitate the session.


There’s no charge for this 45 minute webinar, but places are limited. It’s online and all you need is your web browser and an internet connection. Please sign up by clicking on the link below: