Sustainable Practices in Using Ultra-Low Freezers to Green up your Lab

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Sustainable Practices in Using Ultra-Low Freezers to Green up your Lab

Sustainable Practices in Using ULT Freezers to Green up your Lab

No matter how big or small the research facility, there are multiple ways to achieve sustainability. With Green Lab programs gaining more awareness and acceptance across the world, research labs and institutions have been increasingly pushing researchers and scientists towards promoting sustainable initiatives especially related to ultra-low temperature freezers, as they are one of the most energy–intensive equipment found in labs.

Reducing the carbon footprint of -80°C freezers with respect to energy and other resources is a major commitment. It requires a multifold approach spanning across the procurement and day-to-day operations, as well as best practices.

This paper highlights some of the best practices in using ULT freezers sustainably, as well as some details about how B Medical Systems’ ultra-low freezers can help you conduct energy-efficient operations and reduce CO2 emissions, thereby driving towards the bigger goal of sustainability and green operations.

Sustainable Practices in Using ULT Freezers to Green up your Lab

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