IntroducingThe Circular Lighting Report
Recolight has unveiled a news service specialising in sustainable lighting.
The Circular Lighting Report is set to become the lighting industry’s online hub for all sustainability matters. It is an independent news and information resource, edited by the experienced lighting journalist Ray Molony. As well as news, the platform will include explainers on the latest innovations, opinion from thought leaders and video interviews with leading disruptors.
Molony has an unparalleled track record of journalism in the lighting industry. With the Circular Lighting Report, he now has a platform on the Recolight website to share news, views and insights in sustainability and lighting.
Announcing the partnership, Ray Molony said:
“The Circular Lighting Report will be a jargon-free guide to the latest developments in sustainable and circular lighting. I see it as a place where we can learn about the people, products, projects and processes that are shaping our industry’s low carbon future..”
For several years, Recolight has supported and facilitated the adoption of circular economy principles by the lighting industry. In 2022 Recolight has launched several key initiatives to provide information, practical guidance, and services to help companies transition to a circular economy.
Commenting on the news, Recolight CEO Nigel Harvey said:
“We are delighted that Ray is partnering with Recolight, as we drive forward our shared sustainability agenda. This development is a natural evolution from our webinar series, and will aid the transition to a low carbon lighting industry.”
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Recolight is the leading UK WEEE compliance scheme for the lighting industry, taking on responsibility for its members’ WEEE compliance, giving their customers access to the UK’s most comprehensive free lamp collection and recycling service, and helping to ensure that as many lamps as possible are kept out of landfill. Recolight go beyond recycling, by offering circular economy services to facilitate reuse of lighting equipment, and to avoid the unnecessary recycling of surplus new lighting.
Recolight’s comprehensive offering makes it the preferred WEEE scheme for the lighting industry, setting the standard for the sector. It is the only WEEE compliance scheme in the UK to provide integrated Lamp and Luminaire collection and recycling. It has the biggest UK-wide network of collection points for all WEEE lighting. As a result, since its founding in 2007, Recolight has funded the recycling of over 333 million lamps, LEDs and luminaires, more than all other UK WEEE schemes put together.