We are part of WEEE (European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) and follow the regulations which aim to reduce landfill and the harmful effect on the environment.

 

 

LED Lamp Recycling

Our LED lamps do not contain toxic or harmful substances. However, LED lamps and Luminaires should be disposed of correctly.

 

Even though LED lights are environmental-friendly, they will have less negative impact on the environment if recycled correctly. LEDs are primarily made of electronic components such as diodes, semiconductors and transformers. These must be treated in the same way as traditional electronics are treated.

 

UK

All over the UK there are recycling points specifically for low energy light bulbs. You can find your nearest one here: https://www.recolight.co.uk/FREE-Recycling/

 

Alternatively, send it back using the following address:

LED Recycle, Pitacs Limited, Bradbourne Dr, Tilbrook, Milton Keynes, MK7 8AT

 

Europe

Each country has its own recycling schemes, you can find more information here: https://www.eucolight.org/our-members

 

Rest Of The World

Recycling schemes differ by country, please seek advice from your local government environmental agency about to recycling your LED bulb. 

 

 

How Can Businesses Dispose Of LED Lamps?

Under the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) regulations, the LEDs are covered by the ‘producer responsibility’- you can ask your supplier to arrange for recycling of old lamps.

 

You can send your LEDs back, using the following address:

LED Recycle, Pitacs Limited, Bradbourne Dr, Tilbrook, Milton Keynes, MK7 8AT­­