The consumption of finite resources is not sustainable and increasingly businesses are coming to realise this. There is a growing desire among businesses and consumers to move to a more environmentally sound circular economy.

Lower Building Running Costs
  • Reduce energy by 50%
  • 35% of business energy consumption
  • Longer lifespan with no maintenance
Less Environmental Impact
  • Reduce waste sent to landfill
  • Less carbon produced
  • Less raw materials consumed
Reuse Existing Light Fixtures
  • Retain existing luminaire body and diffuser
  • Retrofit can be in situ
  • Limited downtime
  • Retain existing ceiling
Fluorescent Tube Lamps Ban
  • T5 and T8 tubes banned (among others)
  • Starting in September 2023 through to February 2024
Supporting Regulatory Compliance
  • BS8887 Design for manufacture
  • Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES)
  • Net Zero Targets
  • Building Regulation Part L
Building a Circular Economy
  • Resource Regeneration
  • Waste Reduction and Reuse
  • Economic and Environmental Benefits
  • Sustainable Practices
Landlord Compliance with EPC
  • Minimum EPC rating of D for new tenancies and renewals 2023
  • Minimum EPC rating of C for new tenancies and renewals 2025
Bespoke Ceiling and Lighting Systems
  • Extended the lifespan of existing systems
  • Reduce energy with control upgrades
  • Modular lighting for future upgrades

Renewable lighting that contributes to a carbon-neutral economy.

  • Save Waste

  • Save Cost

  • Save the Planet

For us, sustainability and environmental responsibility are not just words.


Reduction in power consumption


Saving over new lights


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