• Optiled advocates consultation over the elimination of incandescent light bulbs

    22 October 2011

    Optiled Lighting has expressed its full support to a recent government consultation on restriction on the sale of incandescent light bulbs (ILB). Optiled believes that low energy-efficient ILB should be replaced by other lighting solutions which are more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. In response to the Government’s public consultation, Optiled recommends the following two approaches: A realistic time frame should be set to phase out low energy-efficient and high power ILB immediately and the promotion of recycling fluorescent lamps and compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) should be strengthened to entrench public sector adopts energy-saving lighting such as LED lights.

    “Optiled is fully committed to developing green LED lighting. We plan to participate in the Government’s Voluntary Energy Efficient Labelling Scheme to demonstrate our corporate social responsibility,” stated Peter Chan, Managing Director of Optiled.

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