Luma Lighting
HomeEnergy saving calculator Ultimate Lighting Guide User Guide Lighting Ideas Contact UsSpecial Offers
Login My Account Tel: 0115 9444 664Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm
Shopping Basket more
0 items
Special Offers more

New Inceptor Pico, Dimmable LED Downlight, just £8.99 + vat!

Megaman 5.5w LED Opal Candle Lamp 2800K Warm White
Megaman 5.5w LED Opal Candle Lamp 2800K Warm White
Price: £2.49 (incl VAT £2.99)
Latest News more
Inceptor Pico - Fixed Integrated LED Dimmable Downlight
This new range offers a cost effective LED solution and provides an excellent light output using little power!
read more

New LED GU10 Lamps from Knightsbridge
High Quality and Low Prices on the new GU10 Lamp range from Knightsbridge!
read more

Clearance Sale on the Izon Wall Uplighter
Just 12 left, Grab yourself a deal on this stylish uplighter, perfect for that minimalistic/industrial look!
read more


Lamp & Light Recycling

As a distributor of EEE (Electrical and Electronic Equipment) it is the duty of to 'Take back' WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) from private households (Not businesses) on an 'Old for New' basis.  We will do this provided that:

  1. It is directly equivelant to the product purchased

  2. It has fulfilled the same function as the supplied equipment

  3. The invoice for the new products is included with the WEEE

  4. A returns number is obtained in accordance with the returns procedures

The cost of returning the WEEE should be borne by the person returning the item to for recyling.

Electrical Recycling Symbols



The Crossed out Wheelie Bin symbol 

Electrical and Electronic Equipment that was made after 13th August 2005 should display this symbol on the packaging or product. Either send the product to be repaired and reused or use the bank locator to find where it can be recycled



Battery recycling

This recycling symbol is very similar to the one above, but does not have a bar at the bottom of crossed out wheelie bin. This symbol will be used to support the Battery Directive which is due to become part of UK law in 2009. For more details on recycling batteries please visit the household recycling tips section or click here

 For more packaging labels and their meanings please click here or visit the household section.

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE Directive) is the European Community directive on waste electrical and electronic equipment which, together with the RoHS Directive, became European Law in February 2003, setting collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods.

For more information and to find a recycling centre near to you please go to, it may be the easier alternative.

ReviewsEnergy saving calculator User Guide Contact UsSpecial OffersTerms & conditions Returns Policy Lamp & Light Recycling