The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has announced two changes in its senior officer roles. Paul White has been appointed FETA chairman, replacing Mark Woods who has stepped down after two years in the role. Mark Woods has also passed on the role of President of the British Refrigeration Association (BRA) to Mark Hughes, who has served as BRA vice-president since 2019 and and is business development manager for thermal and specialised solutions at Chemours UK.
Paul White, who is also the president of HEVAC, is a director at Ventilation Fire Smoke and has been involved with ventilation for most of his career, working with damper and ventilation products for a range of major manufacturers. This experience has included product design and development, fire and laboratory testing and working in standards development, as well as general management.
On becoming FETA Chairman, Mr White commented: “It is a great honour to accept this position and I would also like to thank Mark for his work during this incredibly difficult past couple of years. FETA’s role in a variety of governmental and environmental issues has never been greater and I hope that my experience will keep our sector moving towards a cleaner, safer and healthier future.”
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