The UKCA marking is the applicable product marking regulation in Great Britain (England, Scotland, and Wales) to replace the CE marking for goods being placed on the market.
It is a mandatory requirement for products sold in the UK and signifies that the product conforms to the relevant UK regulations, safety standards, and conformity assessment procedures.
We test all of our products for CE conformity to demonstrate compliance with European Union (EU) safety, performance, health, and environmental protection standards.
CE marking is a mandatory conformity marking for products sold within the EU, indicating that they meet the minimum legal requirements.
For our customers, CE marking means that they can have confidence in the safety, quality and performance of our products.
The WEEE directive requires all producers and importers to take responsibility for treating and recycling all electrical equipment at the end of their useful life Via Ecosurety, Illuma has put in place a comprehensive system for the collection and disposal of our non-household lighting equipment. This includes the removal of all non-recycled and non-recyclable packaging from all our products.
Our goal is to achieve carbon neutrality, by 2030, which means that we aim to balance the amount of carbon dioxide emissions we produce with an equivalent amount of carbon removal or reduction measures. This commitment is crucial to addressing climate change and creating a sustainable future for generations to come.
Illuma are NQA accredited with ISO 9001:2015. We operate within a structured framework, managing and improving processes, reducing costs through efficiency, and enhancing customer satisfaction. Our ISO 9001 quality system helps us to identify and mitigate risks, prevent problems, and improve our reputation and competitiveness.
We aim to deliver consistent, high-quality products and services while enhancing our operational and financial performance.
We have implemented comprehensive policies addressing environmental sustainability, achieving zero emissions, combatting modern slavery and promoting equal opportunities.
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