Trace-in-Metal Ltd recently visited the Lead Sheet Association

Trace-in-Metal holds fruitful talks with the Lead Sheet Association and the Lead Contractors Association

Richard Diment Executive Manger and Nigel Johnson, General Manager of the Lead Sheet Association (LSA), and consultant Ian Harvey of the Lead Contractors Association (LCA) recently met with John Minary, Managing Director, and Paul Batty, Sales Director, of Trace-in-Metal, at the LSA premises in East Peckham, Kent.

The meeting gave Trace-in-Metal the opportunity to present the progress made in delivering installations to churches in the Lincoln diocese and to historic houses and to discuss the developments and current position of the unique lead roof protection.

Details of the lead theft alert system built that is built into a Trace-in-Metal's installation package, viable detection methods and the potential for auditing the disposal routes of stolen metals formed part of the open-minded discussion. This included the importance of ensuring that the Scrap Metal Industry is fully equipped to be able to detect Trace-in-Metal.

John Minary summed up the talks saying “This is really important work for  Trace-in-Metal, the LSA and LCA members. By working together we can help perfect viable detection methods that will ensure traceability throughout lead-reprocessing and that is excellent news.”

Link to LSA Website

Link to LCA website