Queensland puts battery recycling to the test

Queensland puts battery recycling to the test

Lighting Council Australia has partnered with Queensland Government in a battery recycling trial. The EXITCYCLE initiative between the Council and Queensland aims to divert emergency and exit lighting batteries from landfill. 

LuxLive launches in Middle East

LuxLive launches in Middle East

LuxLive Middle East 2016 will bring together the world’s leading lighting brands and key decision makers and specifiers from across the Middle East in a spectacular two-day lighting event. The show will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre on 13-14 April 2016.

Design Tech Services lights up Saudi

Design Tech Services lights up Saudi

Local lighting designers are few and far between in KSA, where international consultancies dominate. Design Tech Services’ Abdulaziz Al-Azem tells Andy Brister why it pays to think local.

FW Thorpe targets UAE growth

FW Thorpe targets UAE growth

Lighting manufacturer FW Thorpe has seen sales soar to £73.5m for the year to 30 June 2015, up 19.9% from £61.4m a year earlier. Pre-tax profit also increased by 14.7% to £14.4m compared to £12.6m in 2014.

Sydney tackles building efficiency in cities summit

Sydney tackles building efficiency in cities summit

Leaders from cities including Tokyo, New York, London and Singapore will meet in Sydney on Wednesday 16 September for a C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group workshop designed to improve building efficiency.

School pioneers circadian lighting

Lux Today newscast 9 September 2015: A school in Norway has become the first in the world to pioneer tuneable light that changes to boost wellbeing and improve academic performance