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sustainable lighting achieved through thoughtful sustainable design

It is ingrained in our DNA, and throughout our design process, we strive to innovate in ways that minimize our environmental impact and contribute to a better world. Our focus is not just on economic gains but also on nurturing positive environmental and social outcomes. In pursuit of this mission, we have identified 4 sustainable focal areas that guide our efforts towards creating a more sustainable future.

These focal areas serve as the pillars on which we build our commitment to a greener, more socially responsible, and economically viable approach to lighting solutions.




Human Centric Lighting

Lighting serves a multifaceted role in our lives, contributing to our visual acuity, physical performance, and emotional well-being. It's not merely about illumination but a vital factor that influences our circadian rhythm, sleep quality, hormonal balance, cognitive abilities, and memory.

When we have the right lighting, it goes beyond aiding vision; it positively impacts our overall feelings and enhances our performance. SeerLED's Lighting for Well-being takes the lead in providing human-centric lighting solutions that can be tailored to meet the unique needs of employees.


Transitioning towards a sustainable and circular economy requires a fundamental re-evaluation of our production and consumption practices. SeerLED is taking the lead in this endeavor by spearheading the development of eco-friendly products designed with circularity in mind.


By embracing this circular approach, we aim to reduce waste, conserve resources, and promote a more sustainable future for all.

Recycling Cardboard

Packaging and Materials

We are fully committed to reducing the environmental impact of our products, and this dedication extends to our packaging practices. As part of our packaging policy, SeerLED has already made significant progress by utilising 70% recycled paper in our packaging materials. However, we recognize the urgency of addressing the global plastic waste challenge. Therefore, we are taking the next bold step by phasing out all plastics from the packaging of our consumer-related products. Our aim is to achieve a plastic-free packaging approach by the year 2025, contributing to a cleaner, greener, and more sustainable future for our planet.

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