SILVER: Bush Lab

The Green Laboratory Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their Laboratory or workplace at UW sustainable. The certification is based on laboratory practices that involve action areas, such as Energy Usage, Communication, Waste, Chemical Usage, Water Usage, Work-related travel, and more.

Location

United States
47° 39' 10.656" N, 122° 18' 30.2364" W

GOLD: Ben Hall Lab

The Green Laboratory Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their Laboratory or workplace at UW sustainable. The certification is based on laboratory practices that involve action areas, such as Energy Usage, Communication, Waste, Chemical Usage, Water Usage, Work-related travel, and more.

Location

United States
47° 39' 16.6428" N, 122° 18' 31.7484" W

MiniMax Program Participant

Recycling & Solid Waste provides MiniMax, the desk-side mini waste bin and recycling bin set. The bins are self-service and help to minimize waste and maximize recycling through increased awareness about recycling and personal responsibility for waste generation. And because the mini waste bins are unlined, the number of plastic liner bags going to the landfill is significantly reduced. To reach the goal of 70% waste diversion by 2020, all new, renovated, and interested buildings have MiniMax.

Location

United States
47° 39' 24.03" N, 122° 18' 49.8852" W

MiniMax Program Participant

Recycling & Solid Waste provides MiniMax, the desk-side mini waste bin and recycling bin set. The bins are self-service and help to minimize waste and maximize recycling through increased awareness about recycling and personal responsibility for waste generation. And because the mini waste bins are unlined, the number of plastic liner bags going to the landfill is significantly reduced. To reach the goal of 70% waste diversion by 2020, all new, renovated, and interested buildings have MiniMax.

Location

United States
47° 39' 20.6496" N, 122° 19' 0.7788" W

GOLD: Washington Clean Energy Testbeds

The Green Laboratory Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their Laboratory or workplace at UW sustainable. The certification is based on laboratory practices that involve action areas, such as Energy Usage, Communication, Waste, Chemical Usage, Water Usage, Work-related travel, and more.

Location

United States
47° 39' 8.3124" N, 122° 18' 26.3088" W

BRONZE: Dan Ratner Lab

The Green Laboratory Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their Laboratory or workplace at UW sustainable. The certification is based on laboratory practices that involve action areas, such as Energy Usage, Communication, Waste, Chemical Usage, Water Usage, Work-related travel, and more.

Location

United States
47° 39' 8.6292" N, 122° 18' 45.4392" W

GOLD: Rabinovitch Lab

The Green Laboratory Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their Laboratory or workplace at UW sustainable. The certification is based on laboratory practices that involve action areas, such as Energy Usage, Communication, Waste, Chemical Usage, Water Usage, Work-related travel, and more.

Location

United States
47° 39' 2.9556" N, 122° 18' 33.1704" W

BRONZE: Seelig Lab

The Green Laboratory Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their Laboratory or workplace at UW sustainable. The certification is based on laboratory practices that involve action areas, such as Energy Usage, Communication, Waste, Chemical Usage, Water Usage, Work-related travel, and more.

Location

United States
47° 39' 15.6024" N, 122° 18' 35.6472" W

GOLD: IsoLab

The Green Laboratory Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their Laboratory or workplace at UW sustainable. The certification is based on laboratory practices that involve action areas, such as Energy Usage, Communication, Waste, Chemical Usage, Water Usage, Work-related travel, and more.

Location

United States
47° 39' 16.1208" N, 122° 18' 31.6296" W

eMedia Bin

The Electronic Media (E.Media) Recycling Program allows departments and individuals to dispose the following electronic media in a responsible way: batteries, inkjet and bubble jet printer cartridges, non-confidential electronic media, and small personal electronics.

Location

United States
47° 39' 21.0096" N, 122° 18' 11.6892" W

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