Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association introduces the new Copper Alliance Branding Program in Canada

Toronto, September, 2012—The Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association has introduced the International Copper Association’s (ICA) new Copper Alliance branding program.

Canadian Copper and Brass Development Association logo

The new branding program gives a unified appearance and feel to all of the global network locations of the International Copper Association. The Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association (CCBDA) name remains the same. All of CCBDA’s communications and publications will eventually feature the new logo phased in over time. One of the first elements to feature the new logo will be the CCBDA website

The CCBDA website has been redesigned. It presents a modern graphics presentation of a number of the Association’s services, including provision of information on copper’s role in a wide range of innovative sustainable and renewable energy applications. The website also provides updates on a number of important topics, such as the replacement of lead water services with copper tube and lead-free fittings. Green building applications include the annual announcement of the winners of the North American Copper in Architecture Awards which regularly feature winning projects in Canada.

With the emphasis today on the importance of recycling of materials, copper is a winner! It is 100% recyclable. Over 80% of the copper ever mined during the past 10,000 years is still in use in some form somewhere.

About Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association

The Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association is a national trade organization founded over 50 years ago to represent the Canadian copper industry. The CCBDA is a non-trading, non-profit organization with a multitude of services available to the industry and users of copper-based products.

The CCBDA is partnered on market development efforts in North America with the International Copper Association (ICA) and the Copper Development Association in the United States (CDA/USA). Additionally, the world-wide network of copper development facilities includes similar centres in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

For Further information:

Stephen Knapp
Executive Director
Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association
Toll Free 1-877-640-0946