Recolight, the leading WEEE compliance scheme for lighting, has announced the appointment of Andrew Clark of Feilo Sylvania and David Nauth of Tungsram to the Recolight Board.
Nauth, a Commercial Director at Tungsram brings with him over 20 years of experience in lighting and electronics. Clark, an Accountant at Feilo Sylvania has worked for the company for 15 years.
On Joining Recolight, Clark said: “I join Recolight in exciting times. Scheme membership is increasing, and there is a great team of dedicated staff. I look forward to working with the board as the business continues to grow.”
“I am delighted to be joining the Recolight board. I look forward to contributing to Recolight as the company responds to the challenge of an expanded WEEE scope with a new range of services,” added Nauth.
Announcing the news, Recolight Chief Executive, Nigel Harvey said: “We are delighted that Andrew and David are joining our Board. Their breadth of knowledge of management in the lighting sector will be a significant help as Recolight’s strategy continues to evolve.”
Also on the Recolight Board of Directors are Andreas Adam, Senior Director of LEDVANCE who joined in 2016, and Maurice Spee Director for Collection & Recycling of Signify, who joined as Chair of the Board in 2019.
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’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 325 million lamps, LEDs and luminaires, more than all other UK WEEE schemes put together.