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Recolight are hosting a conference to highlight how the lighting industry can adopt Circular Economy principles. The event, which takes place in London Docklands 22 October, is intended to highlight the commercial opportunities in ending waste and obsolescence for lighting products. 

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Recolight, the leading WEEE compliance scheme for lighting, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Clark of Feilo Sylvania and David Nauth of Tungsram to the Recolight Board.

On 24th March Recolight are hosting a conference to highlight how the lighting industry can adopt Circular Economy principles. The event, which takes place in London Docklands, is intended to highlight the commercial opportunities in ending waste and obsolescence for lighting products. 

Defra have now confirmed that from the end of 2020, most retailers will be required to provide in-store WEEE takeback.  The new requirement will apply to all retailers and wholesalers with annual sales of electrical items above £100,000.

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Visiting trade shows across the country, Recolight have learnt that disposing of waste electricals and lighting can be a headache for contractors.

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Recolight, the leading WEEE compliance scheme, is pleased to announce the appointment of Glenn Christie from Tungsram Lighting to the Recolight Board.

Non-compliant internet sellers will be liable for the WEEE compliance of product they sell online. That is the position set out in the Government’s Resources and Waste Strategy, released today.

Commenting on the news, Recolight CEO Nigel Harvey said:

Recolight, the specialist WEEE compliance scheme for the lighting industry, is pleased to announce the appointment of Amel Gharbi to the role of Operations and Compliance Manager.

Recolight, the UK’s leading lighting WEEE compliance scheme has announced a major milestone having funded the recycling of 300 million fluorescent & LED lamps and luminaires since the WEEE regulations were implemented in 2007. This is enough waste to fill the Royal Albert Hall ten times.