A REDDITCH lighting business has been shortlisted for two prestigious industry awards, recognising its impact in key areas of ethical manufacturing.
Tamlite Lighting has scooped nominations at the Make UK Manufacturing Awards for the Midlands and East Region as well as the Materials Recycling World (MRW) National Recycling Awards.
Many of Tamlite’s lighting solutions are manufactured with the circular economy at the forefront of design and the use of recyclable materials within its luminaires continues to be a major focus.
However, one of its major success stories has been an 80% reduction in plastic packaging since 2018.
Tamlite Lighting’s managing director John Allden said: “As a leading lighting manufacturer, we have a responsibility to ensure our processes, technologies and products are in line with our commitment of ensuring a healthy planet for all.
“Being nominated for two industry leading awards recognises the steps we have taken to improve our approach to the circular economy and sustainability.
“From conception to delivery, by focussing our efforts on developing lighting solutions that will last long into the future – as well as considering our own environmental impact – we’re creating innovative lighting systems that are considerably more sustainable without compromising quality.”
Winners of the Make UK Manufacturing Awards for the East and Midlands region will be announced on October 18, whilst the Materials Recycling World (MRW) National Recycling Awards gala dinner will be held on December 6.