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The growing need to identify and develop best practices and data-driven technical guidance for scientific laboratories has been matched only by the need to incentivize and reward adoption of pollution prevention efforts.
In this complimentary webinar series we will review the successes, challenges, and lessons learned from a project to assess and improve the sustainability metrics of Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) laboratories at the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle, WA. We will discuss how we facilitated the participation of laboratories in the UW Green Lab Certification Program, identified areas for improvement, and evaluated potential intervention opportunities to conserve energy and water, divert waste from the landfill, and transition to safer and greener chemicals. We also worked closely with the UW Green Laboratory program to provide recommendations for developing better acceptance guidelines for low-scoring parts of the application.
Academic faculty, lab managers, students, staff, academic sustainability offices and sustainability professionals interested in best laboratory practices to promote energy conservation, green chemistry and waste reduction.
All Sessions will take place at 1:00-1:45pm PST
Jan 27, 2015
Getting started: Gathering baseline lab sustainability certification data and identifying barriers
February 24, 2015
Junk and Juice: Learning lessons to reduce waste and save energy in labs
March 31, 2015
It's not easy being green: Transitioning to safer and greener chemical use in labs
April 28, 2015
Wrapping up: Evaluating follow-up certification data and green labs project conclusions
Participation in this webinar series is complimentary.
1. Create an account here on our site or login to your existing account and select the green registration button at the top to register.
2. **** At the 'Checkout' page, select the radio button for 'Bill Me Now' to provide you a receipt for $0.00.**** This step is necessary to complete your registration.
3. You will be emailed a web link to participate in the webinar several days before each of the webinar series dates.
Please direct any registration questions to Jill Stoddard Tepe at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206)543-1069.
Project funding provided by:
- University of Washington Green Seed Fund
- Sustainable Technologies, Alternate Chemistry-Training and Education Center (STAC-TEC)