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Lab Sustainability: A Holistic Approach

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Due to the diverse nature of labs, the need for heating and cooling, and the presence of energy-intensive instruments, it is hardly surprising that labs consume inordinate amounts of resources and generate large volumes of waste.

In the past few years, there has been an increasing awareness of the environmental footprint of labs and a growing trend toward “sustainable laboratories”. The scientific community has started to focus on areas that make labs sustainable.

Download this listicle to learn more about:

  • Optimal lab design
  • Environmentally friendly equipment and instrumentation
  • Training and adoption of sustainable practices

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