Lux Italia has always been a virtuous company that takes care of the well-being of the planet by giving life to innovative and sustainable projects. The definition and care of the environment are factors that primarily affect the definition of the architecture of the installations that the company develops.

The design and production methods applied by Lux Italia on the use of raw materials lead to a considerable saving of the same with the consequent reduction of the environmental impact. These methods are recognized at the regulatory level by ISO 9001: 2015; from 14001: 2015 and from 14021: 2020.

The first is the reference standard for organizations that intend to plan, implement, monitor and improve both operational and support processes, designing and implementing the quality management system as a means to achieve objectives. ISO 14001 is focused more on environmental aspects along the value chain, focusing heavily on the assessment of the environmental impact, not only of the activities within the organization, but also of upstream and downstream processes such as: raw materials, logistics, transport , processes entrusted to third parties.

The ISO 14021 standard provides ecological declarations that report environmental information declared by producers, importers or distributors of products, without the intervention of an independent certification body.

We have promised ourselves and we are passionately working to expand our support for eco-sustainability and create buildings with active efficiency that promotes energy savings. Through BMS systems, Building management system.

Have you ever wondered how much light we consume to illuminate our homes or offices? Surely it is a question that we all ask ourselves, especially when thinking about the possibility of saving on the electricity bill.

Energy consumption contributes to the increase of CO2 in the atmosphere, so it is useful to have a greater awareness of what happens when we waste light and what can be done to avoid it.

Using LED lamps, better in terms of consumption (8 watts per day for an average use of 8 hours), of average duration and light output (calculated in Lumens) and compact fluorescent lamps that offer similar dimensions to their ancestors, give the same color rendering index and light temperature but with lower energy consumption and a much longer duration.