At Dyberg Larsen, we are aware that we need to contribute to securing our future environment by incorporating sustainability into our daily lives. We see it as a journey, and there are many things that need to be done. Therefore, we aim to integrate environmental and sustainability considerations into all processes and parts of our business.
We have taken these concrete measures:
We are a member of Elretur, Denmark's largest collective scheme for the collection and handling of electronic and battery waste (see more at www.elretur.dk).
In Germany, we are a member of the national collection system via Zentrale Stelle (see more at https://www.verpackungsregister.org/en?r=1) and have a LUCID number where we report packaging quantities that are introduced in Germany.
In France, we are also a member of the national collection system via Citeo (see more at https://www.citeo.com/) and have an ADEME number where we report packaging quantities that are introduced in France.
All our light sources comply with the EU's Ecodesign directive that came into force on September 1, 2021 (see more at https://ec.europa.eu/info/energy-climate-change-environment/standards-tools-and-labels/products-labelling-rules-and-requirements/energy-label-and-ecodesign/product-database_en).
We think digitally and make our catalogs electronic, thereby avoiding cutting down whole and half forests to send out catalogs.
We reuse our cardboard boxes and packaging in our daily operations, so you may find used packaging in or around your products. Reusing packaging makes a lot of sense for us because, in addition to saving the environment from a lot of unnecessary paper and transportation to/from, we also save time and money.
All our lamps are designed with a focus on using LED light sources, and we recommend using LED light sources for our products.