|Submission Date||Dec. 20, 2019|
Universite de Montreal
IN-19: Green Laboratory Program
|0.50 / 0.50||
Chemical Risk Management Consultant
Directorate for Prevention and Security - Health and safety
Does the institution have or participate in a green laboratory program?:
Does the institution’s green laboratory program address the following?:
|Yes or No|
|Energy conservation and efficiency, e.g., fume hood ("shut the sash") and freezer maintenance programs||Yes|
|Water conservation and efficiency||Yes|
|Chemical use and disposal||Yes|
|Materials management, e.g., green purchasing guidelines and recycling and reuse programs||Yes|
|Training for lab users on sustainable practices||Yes|
A brief description of the institution's green laboratory program:
The aim of this project is to provide simple tools and clear incentives for environmentally-responsible management of research laboratories and related offices, and to provide support in the implementation, monitoring, and recognition of these eco-friendly actions. "My EcoLabo" aims to reduce our environmental footprint and improve our working conditions, without compromising the research conducted in the laboratories. All at lower costs.
-Extinguishing lights and monitors when leaving.
-Reduction of water consumption by the installation of closed water cooling systems.
-Reduction of chemical and solid wastes
• Use of laboratory glassware instead of disposable plastic containers
• Solvent re-use
• Recycling of paper / plastic / metal / electronic devices
-Use of products that are safer and less toxic to health and the environment.
-Training is offered for free and one meeting is organized every three months.Also, the lab ecoleaders share an institutional exchange platform for training and documentation.
Website URL where information about the green laboratory program is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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