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What You Need To Know About New Regulations & Standards That Will Change Lighting

a summaryThe Lighting Industry came together on 28 May to listen in to Recolight’s webinar highlighting proposals for new Circular Economy standards and regulations.

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Interest Free Loans To Support Waste Electrical And Lamp Recyclers During The Coronavirus Crisis

Recycling lightThe Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Fund (WEEE Fund) has announced its “WEEE Support Grants and Loans Package” to support waste electrical and lamp recyclers during the coronavirus crisis.

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Lighting and the Circular Economy – Webinar 28 May

recolight webinarThe Recolight Circular Economy webinar will take place on May 28 at 11am. The webinar will give attendees vital insights into new Circular Economy regulations, standards and commercial requirements for lighting.

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Storing Waste Lamps And Electricals During The Corona Crisis

Storing waste lampsOrganisations providing essential services during the lockdown continue to operate, although in a difficult environment, whilst applying appropriate social distancing requirements. Such organisations can be expected to continue producing waste lamps, electricals and batteries.

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Lighting And The Circular Economy Conference 22 October 2020

Recolight conferenceRecolight 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 Appoints New Board Members

recolight membersRecolight, 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.

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Lighting And The Circular Economy Conference 24th March

Recolight conferenceOn 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.

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Recolight Welcomes Defra Decision To Require Retailers To Collect Waste Electricals And Lamps

lamp recyclingDefra 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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Disturbing EU-wide Scale Of WEEE Non-compliance Through Online Marketplaces

EUCOLIGHTThe results of a multi-national study into non-compliance of product sold through online marketplaces were revealed at a workshop hosted in Brussels on 6 November by EucoLight.

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The Net Is Closing In For Online Non-compliance

the net is closingA new EU regulation means that online fulfilment houses will be required to take responsibility for compliance documentation, if there is no appointed manufacturers’ representative.

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