Recycling of Waste Baterries & WEEE Directive

Recycling Waste Batteries

One-LUX is committed to fulfill its obligations as a Producer of batteries used in emergency lighting applications, which are classified as Industrial batteries under the UK regulations. One-LUX is registered with the Department of Business Innovation and Skills (B.I.S) and its registration number is BPRN 00584.

When emergency lighting batteries reach their end of life the end-user has a duty of care to ensure that they are disposed of correctly.  As a Producer of industrial batteries under the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009, One-LUX produce Nickel Cadmium and Nickel Metal Hydride batteries.  We are obliged to take back free of charge waste batteries supplied to an end user for treatment and recycling.  We are required to do this in any calendar year we place new industrial batteries on the market. If any of our customers or in certain circumstances other end users require us to take back industrial batteries, they should contact us by email at or call +44 (0)1922 452423 or write to One-LUX Ltd, 3 Merchants Park, Merchants Way, Aldridge, West Midlands WS9 8SW.  We will agree and make the necessary arrangements for their return, proper treatment and recycling.


Recycling WEEE

The WEEE Directive came into force on 1st July 2007 and set targets for the collection, recovery and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment across Europe.  The legislation is comprehensive and sets very different obligations for B2C (Business to Consumer) and B2B (Business to Business) routes to market. One-LUX only supply B2B and its’ responsibilities under the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2013, are discharged by Lumicom an approved organisation which specialises in handling of lighting WEEE.

WEEE registration number: WEE/AE4889TZ.


Glynnis Murray

Managing Director

01 January 2019