Lucent Lighting attains carbon-neutral status

30th March 2024

UK) – Lucent Lighting attains carbon-neutral status for the 2025.

Underscoring its dedication to environmental sustainability by calculating and offsetting its total emissions, Lucent Lighting continues to lead the way in responsible business practices within the lighting industry.

Lucie Sidwell, Global Operations Director at Lucent Lighting says, “At Lucent Lighting, sustainability isn’t just a goal; it’s the essence of our innovation. We believe in crafting solutions that not only illuminate spaces but also light the way towards a greener, more responsible future. Achieving carbon-neutral status for another year is a testament to our unwavering commitment to environmental stewardship and underscores our belief that every light should leave a positive impact on the worldLucent Lighting commits to prioritising sustainable practices in product design by enlisting products through life cycle assessment (LCA), minimising environmental impacts and providing a comprehensive LCA report. This commitment aligns with their dedication to transparency and accountability in environmental efforts.

In line with circular design principles, it maximises the reuse, recycling, and upcycling of materials to ensure minimal waste generation. The company consistently strives for energy-efficient product designs, focusing on reducing energy consumption during manufacturing, usage, and end-of-life phases.

It’s key initiative for designing products must include longevity, ease of repair, and maintenance. By extending the lifespan of their products, Lucent aims to reduce the need for premature replacements, contributing to a more sustainable approach to lighting solutions. Additionally, it continues to monitor the amount of electrical equipment placed on the market, actively working towards effective recovery solutions.

The company’s environmental promises include a focus on resource consumption reduction and the efficient use of resources. Sustainability remains a focal point for the company, ensuring that environmental criteria are consistently integrated into the sourcing of goods and services.