Contribute to a circular economy
We are on target to produce all printed parts with at least 55% recycled or mass-balanced bio-circular plastics.
The 3D technology allows the creation of shapes that are not possible with traditional production. As a result, our products consist of fewer components and are designed for easy disassembly.
Reduce CO2 emissions
We’ve eliminated long supply chains – sourcing parts from suppliers and storing those in a warehouse – in favor of in-house printing.
3D printed parts are light, so they use less fuel in transportation. This results in fewer CO2 emissions.
Also we're carbon neutral and uses 100% renewable electricity in all manufacturing sites.
With our shorter supply lines and ultra-short production times, we can make last-minute production decisions. By printing on-demand, we don’t have stock of unsold products.
We also use waste to create new luminaires.
Up to 46% of all ocean plastic consists of fishing nets, but this is excellent basis for printing luminaires.
As part of our 3D printing production process, we recycle in-house, re-using waste such as rejected parts that didn’t pass our quality control.
Facts and figures
Using ISCC Plus (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification) certified waste streams and residues as raw materials.
Up to -76% carbon emissions for material extraction and manufacturing.
Up to -28% carbon emissions for transport based on LCA comparison of downlights.
"If it hasn’t been produced, it won’t lead to pollution"
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"The 3D printed lighting solution that fits our circular design concept. Everything is modularised and can be disassembled."