B.E.G goes green with greenhouse gas emissions certification

B.E.G. saved more than 30,000kg of greenhouse gas emissions and almost 500t of resources in one year, as it looks to positively contribute to the global issue of tacking climate change.

The German lighting controls manufacturer has made using recyclable materials a top priority and was awarded the green certification by environment services provider, Interseroh.

The company has been developing tailor-made, integrated environmental services for businesses since 1991. Interseroh worked specifically with B.E.G. on preventing waste and conserving resources on the design and manufacturing of its products.

B.E.G designs innovative bespoke lighting designs which are safe and easy-to-use, contribute to energy savings and reduce climate emissions. Its range includes occupancy detectors, motion detectors, sensors and actuators, controlling lighting, room temperature, air quality, ventilation and shading automatically.

Paul Jones, Sales Director of UK and Ireland at B.E.G. says, “B.E.G. was able to save 31,742kg of greenhouse gas emissions and 488t of resources in 2021 by working with Interseroh. B.E.G. are proud to contribute to environmental protection by using recyclable materials and are already looking forward to further cooperation and more savings.”

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