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Recolight expands board with new director appointments

Recolight has announced the expansion of its Board of Directors, welcoming two new members.

Recolight has announced the expansion of its Board of Directors, welcoming two new members.

With more than two decades of experience in the lighting sector, Steven Reed, Commercial Manager at Trilux, and Stephen Bell, Services Transformation & Compliance Director UK & IE at Zumtobel, have both been appointed to Recolight’s board. 

Recolight’s Chief Executive, Nigel Harvey, expressed his enthusiasm about the new additions, stating, “We are delighted that Steven and Stephen have joined our Board of Directors. The breadth of experience and knowledge of our board is invaluable to us as we expand the range of services we offer to meet the changing needs of our Producer Members and collection partners. Stephen and Steven both bring a wealth of experience and knowledge that will help shape and guide our future direction.”

Steven Reed shared his anticipation about his new role, “I look forward to helping the company support its Members in building a circular economy in the lighting sector. I join Recolight in exciting times. Scheme membership is increasing, and there is a great team of dedicated staff.”

Stephen Bell also commented on his appointment, “I’m delighted to join the Recolight Board at a time of significant membership growth and where exciting initiatives such as reuse versus recycling are being introduced. I look forward to working with the board as the business continues to grow.”

The new directors join an established group of non-Executive Directors from Recolight’s founding members, including board chair Andreas Adam, Senior Director at LEDVANCE, Andrew Clark, Financial Controller at Feilo Sylvania UK, and Robert Sprott, Service Manager at Signify, further solidifying the board’s leadership and strategic direction in the lighting industry.

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