Partnerships and associations
A direct involvement
in the development of the lighting design sector.
We are members of the main trade associations and work with the most important
international certification bodies.
Licensing Program for LED Luminaires and Retrofit Bulbs
Domus Line is a partner of the EnabLED licensing program for LED Luminaires and Retrofit Bulbs” (Signify – Philips Lighting), world leader in LED-connected lighting products, systems and services sector.
Through the agreement, Domus Line has access to over 3000 world patents and more than 400 cutting-edge technologies patented by Signify.
National Association of Lighting Manufacturers
ASSIL – Italian National Association of Lighting Manufacturers includes around 80 manufacturers of lighting, electrical components for lighting and LED light sources, and is one of the largest associations operating in the Italian lighting market. ASSIL associates have a global turnover of over €2.8 billion, produce over 65% of Italy’s total turnover in this sector and employ over 8,000 staff. The association’s mission is to represent, protect and support the member companies to foster the growth of a quality industry based on Innovation and Internationalisation. ASSIL is a member of ANIE Confindustria and a founding member of LightingEurope.
Associazione Produttori di Illuminazione Europei
LightingEurope is the industry association representing the lighting industry in Europe. It is the voice of more than 1000 lighting manufacturers. Its mission is to promote efficient lighting practices for the benefit of the global environment, human comfort and the health and safety of consumers.
ECOLIGHT is one of Italy’s largest WEEE (waste electrical and electric equipment) management consortia. The Consortium manages the collection and processing of waste from all WEEE categories, batteries and accumulators, to ensure fulfilment of legal requirements. Its action is based on a code of ethics, the charter of moral rights and duties, a key instrument for guaranteeing the fair and effective management of all transactions and human relations.
Italian Electrotechnical Committee (CEI)
CEI, the Italian Electrotechnical Committee, is an association operating, at national level, to achieve technical standardisation in the electrotechnical, electronic and telecommunication field. CEI has been appointed by the Italian government to represent Italy in the activities of the relative European standardisation organisations, namely CENELEC (Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique) and IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission). CEI proposes, develops and publishes technical standards that provide a benchmark for the presumption of conformity to the “highest standards of craftsmanship” of electrical products, systems, installations and processes. The CEI standards are mainly endorsements of international legal documents, and also serve as a clear, well-structured tool for fulfilling the compulsory requirements indicated by the national and European legislation in force.
Stiftung Elektro-altgeräte Register
Enrolling in the National EAR register (stiftung elektro-altgeräte register) enables us to meet the requirements of the “law on the introduction to the market, withdrawal and disposal of electrical and electronic devices“ in Germany, also known as ElektroG, with which the European directives on WEEE – Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment and RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances have been implemented.