Our Responsible Procurement Framework has been integrated into our quality management system, setting a high standard for our own and our suppliers’ environmental and social performance. The framework ensures values are aligned across our whole supply chain and encourages improvement where necessary. This process is supported by Eagle Lighting’s Supplier Code of Conduct.
Our research and development prioritises healthy lighting solutions
Our luminaires are used in a wide range of contexts, from educational facilities and office buildings to outdoor public spaces.
Our research and development lab explores lighting ergonomics to promote good health and wellbeing.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goalsreinforce our vision
Our vision and values are reinforced through the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The SDGs are a universal framework of 17 goals aimed at achieving ambitious sustainability targets at a national and global level. The SDGs focus on environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
We undertook an internal stakeholder engagement process with the help of thinkstep-anz. We assessed which of the 17 SDGs best relate to our value chain, areas of influence, business operations, and the needs and expectations of our stakeholders. This resulted in a selection of five core SDGs.
SDG 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all
Eagle Lighting aims to provide reliable and affordable lighting solutions for all sectors while continuing to develop new lighting technologies that support long term sustainability.
We are transitioning to the use of renewable energy resources and improving the energy efficiency of our manufacturing and product range.
SDG 10: Reduced inequalities
Eagle Lighting values equality for all people and promotes diversity and inclusion in all their forms. We endeavour to protect the rights of the vulnerable and enhance opportunities for minority groups.
We give preference to suppliers who demonstrate active management and promotion of diversity, inclusion, human rights including Modern Slavery protection, health and safety, responsible labour practices, legal and fair operating practices, ethical conduct, and community investment in their businesses and supply chain.
SDG 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
We regularly cooperate with Government and other organisations to encourage more energy-efficient cities and support innovative technologies that contribute to sustainable building and energy infrastructure.
We provide lighting technologies and solutions for use in commercial, educational, and various indoor and outdoor applications. These are essential to building and supporting the optimisation of sustainable energy infrastructure.
SDG 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
We develop innovative lighting technologies that use sustainable materials and reduce the impact over the products’ life cycle — from manufacturing to end-of-life phases. Tools such as Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Environmental Product Declarations (EPD), and Cradle to Cradle certification (C2C), help us understand the environmental, social, and economic impacts of our products.
We are striving to minimise waste in operations, including packaging and throughout the supply chain.
SDG 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
Our organisation plays a critical role in creating innovative lighting solutions that assist in reducing global warming potential by lowering net carbon emissions. We can contribute to reducing climate change impacts by continuously improving the energy efficiency of our lighting technologies while working with our partners to reduce the carbon footprint of our supply chain.
While some companies only pay lip service to the idea of operating in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner, Eagle Lighting takes its environmental footprint seriously.
Cradle 2 Cradle (C2C) Manufacturing
In the spirit of ‘better lighting for people and planet’, Eagle Lighting has been designing, testing and manufacturing customised lighting for 50 years. Cradle 2 Cradle certification was the next step in our sustainability programme.
Cradle to Cradle Certified® is the world’s most advanced science-based, multi-attribute certification program for designing, making and verifying materials and products that are safe, circular and responsibly made.
We are excited to be continuing our Cradle to Cradle journey with more C2C products in the near future.
Eagle Lighting is proud to be awarded an EcoVadis 'Silver Sustainability Rating'.
Scoring in the top 25 per cent of companies rated globally by EcoVadis, Eagle Lighting prioritises sustainability and best practice in all regions and markets where it operates.
EcoVadis is the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings.
The EcoVadis Methodology and Assessment Model is supervised by an international scientific committee and covers seven management indicators, across 21 sustainability criteria, in four themes:
Labour & human rights
EcoVadis rates performance by assessing a company’s policies, actions and results, as well as inputs from third-party professionals and external stakeholders.
Proudly supporting the Green Building Councils of Australia & New Zealand
At Eagle Lighting we don't just manufacture luminaires. We deliver lighting solutions to enhance people’s productivity, comfort, and wellbeing.
Our use of LED technology supports energy efficiency and the shift to a low impact built environment.
As a member of the Green Building Council Australia and the New Zealand Green Building Council, we are committed to a sustainable future for our planet.
Best of both worlds
Eagle Lighting is a Fagerhult Group company. We prioritise sustainability and best practice in all regions and markets where we operate. We bring customers the best of a local, agile brand that is backed by a strong global network.
As part of the global Fagerhult Group, we are committed to ensuring our employees and business partners act responsibly. Eagle Lighting is aligned with the Fagerhult Group Code of Conduct. We conducted a group-wide code of conduct training in 2019 which will be repeated every two years.