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Reduce Your Laboratory's Carbon Footprint

Make a positive environmental impact through thoughtful behavioral and laboratory equipment choices




Labs consume a large amount of energy due to their energy-intensive equipment, continual operations, outside air requirements, and high airflow rates. While labs around the world have made sincere efforts to reduce their carbon footprints and combat climate change, the recent global response to the coronavirus pandemic has highlighted how changing behaviors and adopting new technologies profoundly affects the environment.

Download this article from Stirling Ultracold to learn

  • How to reduce your laboratory's environmental impact
  • What equipment uses the most energy
  • Behaviors to mitigate waste