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Austria’s Georg Bechter Licht announced their products are designed for a second life and in future the company will buy back every discarded luminaire... End Of Life Buyback

Austria’s Georg Bechter Licht announced their products are designed for a second life and in future the company will buy back every discarded luminaire from the SYSTEM DOT 28 and give it a second life.

“This is our contribution to the growth of the circular economy. Because: the only future that exists, is rooted in sustainability and in giving things several lives so that waste can be avoided from being created in the first place. That is why we make favorite objects, which will become the standard of the future with their timelessness.” says Georg Bechter.

The company focuses on products which are repairable and recyclable, thereby reducing their environmental footprint to a minimum.  85% of economic and technical processes happen in the surroundings of the Bregenzerwald, Austria.

The repurchased lamps will be split into their individual parts and form the basis of a collection with a history.  Truly interoperable – everything is screwed not glued.

Austria’s Georg Bechter Licht announced their products are designed for a second life and in future the company will buy back every discarded luminaire from the SYSTEM DOT 28 and give it a second life.

“This is our contribution to the growth of the circular economy. Because: the only future that exists, is rooted in sustainability and in giving things several lives so that waste can be avoided from being created in the first place. That is why we make favorite objects, which will become the standard of the future with their timelessness.” says Georg Bechter.

 

The company focusses on products which are repairable and recyclable, thereby reducing their environmental footprint to a minimum.  85% of economic and technical processes happen in the surroundings of the Bregenzerwald, Austria.

The repurchased lamps will be split into their individual parts and form the basis of a collection with a history.  Truly interoperable – everything is screwed not glued.

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