Denny Hall Water Bottle Refill Station

These stations found around campus make it easy to refill reusable water bottles, cutting down on the need for bottled water.

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United States
47° 39' 30.222" N, 122° 18' 31.932" W

E19 Parking Lot Electric Vehicle Charging

The University of Washington is equipped with several car charging stations around campus. Each station delivers controlled power to effectively and efficiently charge electric vehicles. Vehicles must display a valid UW parking permit and may park at an electric vehicle charging station for up to two hours while actively charging.

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United States
47° 38' 56.5944" N, 122° 17' 58.8696" W

MiniMax Program

MiniMax is UW’s comprehensive waste diversion system designed to minimize waste by maximizing recycling and compost—including restroom paper towel composting. Self-service deskside recycling and waste bins are provided to offices/workstations so staff can empty their waste items into centralized garbage, recycling and compost bins. This practice prompts individuals to develop a sense of personal responsibility for their own waste generation.

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United States
47° 39' 15.9624" N, 122° 18' 45.1008" W

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.

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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.

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

MiniMax Program

MiniMax is UW’s comprehensive waste diversion system designed to minimize waste by maximizing recycling and compost—including restroom paper towel composting. Self-service deskside recycling and waste bins are provided to offices/workstations so staff can empty their waste items into centralized garbage, recycling and compost bins. This practice prompts individuals to develop a sense of personal responsibility for their own waste generation.

Location

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

MiniMax Program

MiniMax is UW’s comprehensive waste diversion system designed to minimize waste by maximizing recycling and compost—including restroom paper towel composting. Self-service deskside recycling and waste bins are provided to offices/workstations so staff can empty their waste items into centralized garbage, recycling and compost bins. This practice prompts individuals to develop a sense of personal responsibility for their own waste generation.

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.

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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

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