CirQlight

Would you please take the bicycle lights to the recycling dispenser, honey?
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Would you please take the bicycle lights to the recycling dispenser, honey? Deposit on bottles stimulates the reuse of glass and plastic. Why not transpose this concept to popular ‘disposable bicycle lights’? The designers created a dispenser from which you can buy a charged light and return it again when it has stopped working. You subsequently get a new, recharged light at a very low price. Or your deposit is returned to you.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Emma Fromberg
Researchers: Conny Bakker, Ruud Balkenende
Involved students: Martha Kuijpers, Wouter Kok,Tijmen Seignette, Martin Koster

Contact

emma.fromberg [at] gmail . com

Would you please take the bicycle lights to the recycling dispenser, honey? Deposit on bottles stimulates the reuse of glass and plastic. Why not transpose this concept to popular ‘disposable bicycle lights’? The designers created a dispenser from which you can buy a charged light and return it again when it has stopped working. You subsequently get a new, recharged light at a very low price. Or your deposit is returned to you.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Emma Fromberg
Researchers: Conny Bakker, Ruud Balkenende
Involved students: Martha Kuijpers, Wouter Kok,Tijmen Seignette, Martin Koster

Contact

emma.fromberg [at] gmail . com

CirQlight

Would you please take the bicycle lights to the recycling dispenser, honey? Deposit on bottles stimulates the reuse of glass and plastic. Why not transpose this concept to popular ‘disposable bicycle lights’? The designers created a dispenser from which you can buy a charged light and return it again when it has stopped working. You subsequently get a new, recharged light at a very low price. Or your deposit is returned to you.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Emma Fromberg
Researchers: Conny Bakker, Ruud Balkenende
Involved students: Martha Kuijpers, Wouter Kok,Tijmen Seignette, Martin Koster

Contact

emma.fromberg [at] gmail . com

Would you please take the bicycle lights to the recycling dispenser, honey? Deposit on bottles stimulates the reuse of glass and plastic. Why not transpose this concept to popular ‘disposable bicycle lights’? The designers created a dispenser from which you can buy a charged light and return it again when it has stopped working. You subsequently get a new, recharged light at a very low price. Or your deposit is returned to you.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Emma Fromberg
Researchers: Conny Bakker, Ruud Balkenende
Involved students: Martha Kuijpers, Wouter Kok,Tijmen Seignette, Martin Koster

Contact

emma.fromberg [at] gmail . com