Live Air Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Tips to Help Meet Your Lab’s Sustainability Goals
Learn how you can meet your lab’s sustainability goals with this informative webinar led by an architect and engineer with combined experience of over 40 years in laboratory design. Biological safety cabinet energy and safety considerations will be reviewed with a special focus on how you can reduce your life cycle costs with the innovative energy-efficient technologies now available. You will also learn the importance of a manufacturer’s sustainability plans in relation to the product and how specific features of a glassware washer can help reduce energy, water and lifecycle costs.
As an attendee, you will learn more about:
- Class II cabinetry design objectives
- How airflow characteristics of Class II biosafety cabinets affect energy consumption
- Strategies to reduce energy consumption of biosafety cabinets without sacrificing safety
- How to determine the true life-cycle costs of biosafety cabinets
- How to examine both the product and manufacturer when specifying sustainable products for the lab
- How to identify the sustainability and long-life features of a laboratory glassware washer
- Assess operating cost savings when specifying high-end laboratory glassware washers
Dan Ghidoni – Has 24 years of experience in the contamination control industry, and is an Applications Engineer with the Baker Company’s New England sales representative Northeast Scientific Associates. He is responsible for providing equipment solutions to control laboratory contaminants, and was the engineering team leader for the company’s chemical fume hood and biological safety cabinet product lines.
Jennifer Webb – Is a private architectural consultant and has nearly 20 years of architectural experience with a focus on facilities with complex programming and design requirements including BSL-3/BSL-4 biocontainment laboratories, pharmaceutical quality control laboratories, viviaria, clinical laboratories and cGMP facilities.