Green Labs Digital Summit 2021

Date: July 20, 2021 - July 21, 2021

Green Labs Digital Summit 2021

The Lab Manager Green Labs Digital Summit is taking place online from 20-21st July 2021.

With a packed program, attendees can learn the broader benefits of running a green lab, and found out how to accomplish it effectively.  With key presentations from industry experts to offer advice and share their own experiences on working sustainably, the Green Labs Digital Summit is a great opportunity to access expertise on how to lower energy consumption, produce less landfill waste, and use more sustainable work processes.

As a bonus, the organisers are running a great giveaway too.  Please see their details below.

Share your best Green Labs tip during the online event to enter their giveaway


Please note:  This giveaway is in no way affiliated with Asynt.

By registering for this FREE event, you’ll receive access to all of the Lab Manager event presentations – live and on demand – handouts, and giveaways.

Scheduled Green Labs sessions for Tuesday 20th:

  • Greener Chemistry: Principles and Lab Practices
  • Sustainable Lab Planning: What You Need to Know
  • How Sensor Technology, AI, & IoT Help Labs Be More Sustainable
  • Achieving a Circular Economy Through Re-Marketing Surplus Equipment

Scheduled Green Labs sessions for Wednesday 21st:

  • Going Green in the Lab: Building a Global Culture of Sustainability in Science
  • Unlocking Asset Lifecycle Data for a Circular Economy
  • Recirculating Chillers Designed for Today’s Green Labs

For full details of the event schedule, please follow this link to the organisers website:

To register to attend please click HERE.

Sustainable working is a huge focus for the Asynt chemists so we’ll be attending too.  The more we all learn and share our knowledge and experiences, the greater the positive impact we can have on the environment.

You might be interested in reading about what the Maulide Group at the University of Vienna, in conjunction with Green Labs Austria, have done to change their working practices after a catastrophic water leak in a nearby lab prompted them to consider their situation:

Scientist from the Maulide Group, University of Vienna