Eco-friendly lamps are distinguished by their attractive designs, the variety of styles they are made from, and the sustainable materials and attention to energy conservation infused into their manufacture. These elements help make eco-friendly light sources an aesthetically pleasing and sustainable choice for lighting spaces and enhancing designer furnishings.
The beauty of eco-friendly lamps is a direct expression of their manufacturing process: choosing high-quality light sources affects both the lighting outcome and the longevity of the devices.
Sustainability in lighting design
Sustainability in lighting design is a key approach to reducing environmental impact and promoting environmental responsibility in space lighting. This vision has made energy efficiency, the use of sustainable materials, and waste reduction priorities in the lighting industry.
Choosing sustainable materials for lamps and components is an important aspect of sustainable lighting design. Sustainable design aims to facilitate the recycling and management of the materials that make up lamps at the end of their life cycle. Eco-friendly lamps are made from sustainable materials, such as recycled wood, recyclable metal, or reclaimed plastic, with an appreciable variety of styles, from metallic finishes to natural tone. Materials such as FSC-certified wood, recycled glass and recyclable metal reduce environmental impact.
Sustainability in lighting design considers the entire life cycle of products, from design to manufacture, use and disposal. This approach aims to reduce the overall environmental impact. Sustainable lighting design involves lamps and lighting systems designed for long life. This reduces the frequency of lamp replacement, helping to reduce waste generation and the need for manufacturing resources.
9010novantadieci has a long tradition of ceramic craftsmanship and uses cutting-edge technologies and innovative materials to reduce environmental impact in the creation of indoor and outdoor LED lamps.
Store eco-friendly lamps in a sustainable manner
Keeping lamps clean and in good condition can help ensure that they work efficiently, as dust and dirt can reduce the luminous efficiency of lamps. With dimmers or dimmer switches, the life of LED lamps can be extended even further, allowing the light intensity to be reduced when full light is not needed, thus also easing the energy budget.
Lighting control, such as the use of motion sensors, dimmers, and lighting management systems, helps reduce energy waste by ensuring that light is turned on only when needed.
9010novantadieci's team is able to devise eco-friendly lighting solutions in line with customer needs and respect for the environment. The company is committed to reducing the use of polluting materials, using non-toxic materials to avoid producing chemical waste.
The intelligent design of LED lamps with low environmental sustainability enables the company to achieve customer satisfaction in a sustainable way.
Maintenance of eco-friendly lamps
Maintenance of eco-friendly lamps consists of a series of practices designed to preserve and extend the useful life of eco-friendly lamps, reduce resource waste and the environmental impact associated with the life cycle of lamps. Regular and careful care of eco-friendly lamps not only helps to maintain their beauty, but also allows them to extend their life and maximize the benefits in terms of energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact.
Maintenance of eco-friendly lamps is essential to preserve the life, efficiency, and sustainable appearance of lighting fixtures.
Many energy-saving lamps can be disassembled and repaired, thus reducing waste generation. Energy-saving lamps, such as compact fluorescent lamps and LED lamps, often contain components that can be recycled, according to the appropriate provisions of the Law and by using the services of eco-islands.
Taking care of eco-friendly lamps not only helps to prolong their lifespan and reduce long-term costs, but also helps to conserve resources and reduce environmental impact. You can clean the lamps with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Make sure the lamps are turned off and cooled before starting cleaning. Turning off lights when they are not needed is a good practice to minimize wear and tear and energy consumption.
In case of damage, we can try to replace only the non-functioning components instead of the whole model, so as to reduce waste generation.
If energy-saving lamps are used outdoors, it is advisable to protect them from the weather, such as rain and moisture, by using appropriate protective devices or covers.
Cleaning eco-design lamps: some tips
Regular and careful cleaning helps maintain the efficiency and aesthetics of environmentally friendly lamps, prolonging their useful life and reducing the need for premature replacement. Remember to perform a periodic inspection to ascertain if there are any parts or components that require replacement, and that they are properly secured.
When cleaning, remember to disconnect the lamp from the power supply before starting cleaning. We use a soft, clean, dry microfiber cloth to remove dust and dirt from the lamp surface, avoiding rough, abrasive cloths. If stubborn dirt is present, we can use a slightly damp cloth for cleaning.
If necessary, mild detergents such as mild soap diluted in water can be used: wipe with the cloth and rinse to remove any residual detergent. We avoid the use of harsh detergents, solvents or abrasive cleaners that could damage the materials of the lamp or its coating.
After cleaning, make sure the lamp is completely dry before turning it back on or reconnecting it to the power supply. In any case, always follow the manufacturer's instructions on cleaning and maintenance specific to the eco-design lamp.
9010novantadieci is a company that is committed to the sustainableproduction of designer lighting, collaborating with associations and local authorities to achieve increasingly ambitious goals in terms of community welfare and preservation of the environment. Our production aims to reduce environmental impact by using non-toxic materials, practicing waste separation, and developing environmentally friendly LED lighting systems.