Recolight announce circular economy webinars for 2023

Recolight have confirmed dates for four new webinars in 2023, aimed at helping the lighting industry drive forward its sustainable practices.

Much has changed over the last three years since Recolight launched its webinar series for lighting and the circular economy. New metrics have been developed, remanufacturing and reuse is starting to take off, and new regulations are being implemented.

Circular lighting guide, Ray Molony says, “We have reviewed the feedback from Circular Lighting Live 2022 and looked at the topics you want to learn about more. The webinars have been designed for the whole lighting industry, specifiers, manufacturers and end users. They look at what is being achieved to move to a more sustainable business model, and the tools to help take your business forward. They are designed to complement Circular Lighting Live Conference, at which we plan to go into even greater detail.”

Together with Ray Molony, who will chair the sessions Recolight are inviting leading specialists from across the lighting industry to present. The webinars are:

  • 23 Feb – understanding environmental metrics: a manufacturer’s guide
  • 23 March – taking action: sustainability for lighting manufacturers
  • 18 May – making Cat A fit-outs sustainable
  • 23 June – the waste regs and your responsibilities

Recolight CEO, Nigel Harvey adds, “In the last three years, the Recolight Webinars have been attended by over 1800 delegates, with more than 4000 listening to the replays. At Recolight, we are delighted that speakers and delegates have joined us from across the whole lighting industry; a testament that together, we can make a difference in moving towards sustainable business for all.”

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