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:

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.