The Leopold Lab, winner of the College of Arts and Sciences "Greenest Lab" competition, didn't need to implement any new practices or make changes to earn the award.
The Leopold Pollen and Seed Laboratory headed by Professor emeritus Estella B. Leopold took the top spot as the “greenest lab” in the 2014-2015 University of Washington College of Arts and Sciences Green Laboratory Competition.
The University of Washington Green Laboratory Certification Program and the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences have teamed up to produce a four-part webinar series on greening laboratory practices.
Learn about the state of sustainability at the University of Washington in our 2014 sustainability report.
The University of Washington Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability office has produced its latest report highlighting key achievements in UW sustainability. The Environmental Stewardship Committee and Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability office are featured, as well as UW's sustainability awards, efforts and achievements.
The UW Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences has been at the forefront of the sustainability movement – protecting the environment, prioritizing community members' health, and using environmental-health knowledge to bring about change.
Nestled in the Department of Environmental and Forest Sciences on south campus, the DeLuca Lab is a little different than its peers. Shutdown procedures cover its machines, signs with friendly reminders not to drain soil hover over its sinks, and as of now, it holds the Green Laboratory Certification Program’s highest sustainability score.