Labs are well-known for high energy consumption, which makes a lasting impact on the environment and the budget. As more companies invest in sustainability, lab planners reach for more flexible options to deal with changes in research and science; bringing more sunlight into lab designs to cut back on heating and lighting costs; reducing landfill waste and finding ways to do more with less. A more sustainable lab can’t be developed overnight—lab managers should take a look at the small changes they can make now, to save time and money down the road.
Join Lab Manager on July 20-21 (now free on demand) for our Green Labs Digital Summit, “Working Toward a More Sustainable Lab.” The two-day program will feature industry experts, including Labconco Director of Ventilation Technologies Luke Savage. The experts will share their experiences in sustainable lab planning, and offer advice to help you “green” your own lab.