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he next online Recolight panel discussion is scheduled for 6


November at 11:00. This discussion follows on from the three Lighting & the Circular Economy webinars hosted by Recolight this year. The discussion will tackle a key issue for sustainability in the lighting sector: is the return of replaceable light sources, drivers, and other components the best route to a Circular Economy in the lighting industry? The panel, which includes


representatives from manufacturers, specifiers, and associations will discuss this question. They will explore the design of luminaires and lighting equipment, the upcoming Eco-design regulations, and a sustainable business model for manufacturers in a changing world Ray Molony will introduce and chair the event. On the panel are Helen


Loomes, business development director, International Sales at TRILUX Lighting Ltd; Ourania Georgoutsakou, secretary general of LightingEurope, John Gorse, technical solutions manager at Signify, Dave Tilley, independent business owner at Lightology, Kevan Shaw, design director at KSLD EFLA Lighting Design, and Nigel Harvey, CEO at Recolight.


Visit https://www.recolight.co.uk to register.


Recolight discusses lighting’s replaceable future


Scolmore’s new head of technical engagement


group of companies. With nearly 30 years’ experience in the industry, Darren has amassed a wealth of technical knowledge and expertise which he will be utilising in his new position, where he will primarily be responsible for engaging with professional contractors and electricians to advise and educate them on the right solutions and products to meet the ever changing regulations and technical requirements of the industry. He will also play a key role in the company’s new product development programme, helping to shape solutions for the end user that will drive growth across the group’s product categories. In other Scolmore news, Michael Dunn is set to take up the role of


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senior testing engineer, joining from his most recent role as electrical testing team leader with BSI.


September competition winner The winner of the competition in the September issue of Electrical Wholesaler was


Mick Oakden of CeeNorm UK ASM Central and Midlands. He wins a Fitbit Tracker Watch, kindly provided by Univolt.


arren Staniforth has been appointed to the newly created role of head of technical engagement for the Scolmore


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