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Laboratory sustainability outreach discussion

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  • Our initial strategy comprised techniques at the bench and in the lab, which is a bottom-up approach. It is very important to have occupant behavior, and can save tens of thousands of dollars and tons of CO2. Still, as my co-speaker Dr. Coyle says, this is “nibbling at the edges”. How many people here get into the lab 10% of their time or less? (Most?) The audience here is higher up this triangle, and I will have more ideas what you can do later in the talk.
  • Our initial strategy comprised techniques at the bench and in the lab, which is a bottom-up approach. It is very important to have occupant behavior, and can save tens of thousands of dollars and tons of CO2. Still, as my co-speaker Dr. Coyle says, this is “nibbling at the edges”. How many people here get into the lab 10% of their time or less? (Most?) The audience here is higher up this triangle, and I will have more ideas what you can do later in the talk.
  • How the design turn into a project.
  • How the design turn into a project.
  • How the design turn into a project.

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  • Building Gates and Removing Fences: Teams for Success Allen Doyle Sustainability Manager [email_address] American Chemical Society March 23, 2010
  • How Many Scientists does it take to dim the lights?
    • ~Twenty
    • About 5% of the lab workers we asked knew how to operate these switches.
    All On All Off 50% 50%
  • Think of a tenacious resource issue in your laboratories…
    • Why hasn’t it been solved?
  • Communication Strategy Administration Operations Staff: Safety, Maintenance, Custodial Lab A Lab B Lab C…
  • Top Down and Bottom Up
  • Insiders and Outsiders
  • Four Quadrant Enrollment Bottom Up Outsider Bottom Up Insider Top Down Outsider Top Down Insider
  • Four Quadrant Enrollment: Lights Bottom Up Building-wide tags under switches Bottom Up Lab SOP: “Shut the lights on way out.” Top Down “ This campus will minimize excess lighting.” Top Down Department Head, Hall Patrol
  • Lab Resource Coordinator
    • KNOWLEDGE:
    • Purchasing
    • Repair
    • Sharing
    • Storage
    • Commitment
    • Relationships
    • Inventory
    • Sustainability
    Lab Staff or Technician 1 2 3
    • ROLES:
    • Hands-on
    • Admin Support
    • Communicator
    • Innovator
  • Thank You!____
    • Sid England
    • Katie Maynard
    • Geoff Kirby
  • Four Quadrant Sustainability Model Top Down Outsider Bottom Up Insider Top Down Outsider Top Down Insider