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Light on Waste: A Comprehensive Guide to Declare Labels

January 16, 2024

waste in lighting, comprehensive guide by Declare Labels

Introducing an illuminating guide on sustainability and Declare labels within the lighting industry!

Light on Waste’s team at PAE Engineers has meticulously crafted a comprehensive resource, addressing crucial components impacting the industry’s carbon footprint.

This guide delves into the current state of the lighting industry, shedding light on vital aspects from policy and building standards to innovative approaches in material selection, electronics, shipping, and end-of-life treatment. Light on Waste endeavors to redefine the industry by championing modular, up-cycled, and zero-waste LED fixtures, advocating for accountability throughout the lifecycle of luminaires.

This initiative aims to lead the charge towards a more sustainable future by fostering a deeper understanding of the intricate environmental impact of lighting. The guide invites professionals and enthusiasts alike to explore and be part of the transformative journey towards a more environmentally conscious lighting industry.

Interested in being part of this transformative journey? Dive into Light on Waste’s guide on sustainability and Declare labels here.

First published in Designing Lighting. More information available here

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