John Bullock

John Bullock is the editor of The Light Review

ILP: Lighting Guide PLG23: Lighting for Cycling Infrastructure

I’m usually enthusiastic about better ways of lighting things . . . aren’t I? So why am I so reticent about the new Lighting Guide from ILP: PLG23 Lighting for Cycling Infrastructure. Its probably because I’m a cyclist. So let me count the ways . . . Let’s start with a summary of what the …

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Recolight: Lighting & the Circular Economy webinar – next steps for the Lighting Industry

The third Recolight webinar in the Lighting & the Circular Economy series will look at the next steps required for the lighting industry to move towards a Circular Economy. This will follow on from the conversation of our first two webinars. In the first webinar Defra, Lighting Europe, and Recolight presented new regulations & standards for lighting. …

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Recolight: Nigel Harvey arrested at Extinction Rebellion demonstration (again)

Nigel Harvey, CEO of WEEE scheme Recolight, was arrested at an Extinction Rebellion protest in Parliament square on Tuesday 1st September. Harvey was arrested around 2.30pm.  He was one of over 250 arrested in and around Parliament Square over the first two days.  The protestors were socially distanced and wore face masks.  He was seated …

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Tamlite considers the Future of Office Lighting

The Future of Office Lighting . . . or . . . Lighting of the Future Office: The Covid-19 lockdown has created a storm of comment about what the future of office work will look like: will we all eventually wander back to our desks as if nothing happened, or are we all turning into long-term …

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Announcing a new Re:Lit project

John Bullock Lighting Design (jb-ld) has partnered with architect Ken Morgan (retired partner at Morgan Carey Architects, Poole) to provide pro bono design support to a refurbishment project in Poole, Dorset. . The Baptist Church in Poole has been acquired by Routes to Roots (R2R) for a drop-in resource centre for homeless people in the …

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UK to have a new refinery to extract precious metals from e-waste

We’re talking about designing luminaires for a Circular Economy. While we’re at it, it’s important to remember that there will still be components to be changed as they reach the end of their effective life; in particular, the LED chips, engines and drivers. The problem we have with those components is that they are the …

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ULS: introducing the uDISC

If you’re planning to introduce a new company, what better time to guarantee a captive audience than during a global pandemic! A few weeks ago, we published the introductory podcast for ULS: ultimate lighting solutions, introducing the main players behind this exciting new venture. You can watch that podcast at ULS: where ELEGANCE MEETS PERFORMANCE. …

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RIDI GROUP UK REBRANDS WITH NEW WEBSITE LAUNCH

. . RIDI Lighting Ltd is pleased to announce the launch of our new website and rebrand in the UK. We will now market as RIDI Group UK and will host all our featured brands under one roof. The challenges of the last few months presented us with an opportunity to do this necessary rebrand and …

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