Recolight: circular economy dates for 2023


Circular Economy Webinars

Four webinars are scheduled for 2023 so far. Details of the sessions will be on the WEBINAR section of the Recolight website.

  • 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


Lighting Remanufacturing Conference

Making a success of luminaire reconditioning and reuse: a One-day CPD conference
Thursday 27 April 2023 | Coin Street Conference Centre, London

Following feedback from Circular Lighting Live 2022, we are arranging a special one-day conference to fully address the remanufacturing of lighting equipment. We’ll take you through the opportunities and the challenges and equip and inspire you for your remanufacturing journey!
The conference agenda is approved by CPD accreditation service for 4:30hrs CPD learning.

Tickets will be on sale the first week of February. 
To get notification, email


CPD Training workshops | Lighting product design for a Circular Economy

Wednesday 1 March | wallacespace, 22 Duke’s Road, London, WC1H 9PN

Back by popular demand, we have scheduled another workshop. Delivered by Simon Fisher of F-Mark, the CPD-accredited event explores the design criteria, regulations and standards to help lighting manufacturers apply and demonstrate Circular Economy principles in product development.

To book your place, email


Circular Lighting Live 23 | Sponsorship opportunities

Thursday 21 September | Royal College of Physicians, London, NW1 4LE

Following the sell out success of Circular Lighting Live 2022, this year, we will be at a larger venue, with opportunity for more sponsors, and over 300 delegates.

Save the date to your diary; tickets will be available via


Circular Lighting Report

Follow Recolight activity and industry news via The Circular Lighting Report


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    We were established by the UK lighting industry in 2005 primarily for the purpose of operating a Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Compliance Scheme on behalf of lamp producers in the UK. Our operating model is based upon one developed by the European Lamp Companies Federation (ELC) - a European Trade Association for lamp manufacturers - although the implementation is different in each country, reflecting the different national implementations of the WEEE Directive EC2002/94

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