Q: Is your lab having a difficult time finding high-quality and sustainable alternatives to fossil oil-based tubes?
As the concern for conservation of natural resources and the protection of our ecosystems rise, organizations look for products that will help reduce their carbon footprint. In most labs, fossil oil-based plastic consumables have become irreplaceable due to the quality standards needed in increasingly demanding applications. Laboratories around the world have expressed the glaring need to replace fossil oil-based consumables with sustainable options that offer the same quality and performance.
A:Reduce your tube related carbon footprint with Eppendorf Tubes® BioBased, tubes made from bio-based polymer
Eppendorf Tubes® BioBased are made with a specific bio-based polymer that consists of renewably sourced and reused feedstocks, such as used cooking oil. The raw materials used to produce the renewable feedstock are traceable back to the first collection points. Additionally, the renewable raw materials originate from certified suppliers committed to sustainability. This means that your lab can make an eco-conscious decision to meet the current need for tubes while maintaining product quality and performance. Do your part by reducing your lab’s carbon footprint— switch to Eppendorf’s Tubes® BioBased.
To learn more, visit: www.eppendorf.com/BioBased