Add to Calendar 4/4/2019 8:00:00 AM 4/4/2019 10:00:00 AM Lab Energy Bottom Line: from Blueprints to Retrofits Facilities and EHS professionals working for MA life science companies are expected to meet sustainability goals for aspects like climate, energy, water and waste. Many companies are adopting a 2nd “S” for their EHS operations to include Sustainability not only to be compliant with regional and city-specific energy policy goals, but to also to save money by making their labs operate more efficiently. By bringing together a network of architectural professionals, life science facilities managers, and EHS&S directors, we will highlight relevant regulatory requirements and practical ways to implement sustainability programs, whether you are preparing to outfit a new facility, or make your current laboratories as efficient as you can.

Joining us at the forum as part of our “Resource Bar” will be the following vendors/organizations:

  • APAV, NESA, Harvard University, Eversource, Wilson Architects, City of Cambridge, Seeding Labs and Green Labs Recycling.

Networking before and after the panel session will allow ample time to meet and greet and hear about recent energy and carbon emission saving projects.

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Green Labs Program Coordinator, MIT
Jennifer Ballew serves as the Green Labs Program Coordinator for MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She holds degrees in both Biochemistry and Environmental Science, which combined with her 15+ years of working in academic, startup and industrial laboratories ensures that she is well versed in the ways that laboratories operate – and the ways in which they can be made more sustainable. Green Labs at MIT serves to bridge the knowledge gap between laboratory users and the administrative departments that serve them, ensuring that scientists have the knowledge, tools and resources to make smart choices about saving energy and reducing waste.