Sustainability at MUSC

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MUSC Green Labs

The Riechel Lab receives Green Lab designation

The MUSC Green Labs Program serves to educate, empower, and recognize campus labs in their work towards greater laboratory sustainability. Labs work towards this by reducing their waste, lowering their water & energy usage, sharing materials and equipment, and by becoming more involved in the environmental and sustainability community. 

Certified Green Labs take a training course for all lab members and are required to submit an annual self-report on initiatives and progress. 

To become an MUSC Certified Green Lab contact recycle@musc.edu.

Current MUSC Certified Green Labs (Listed by Principal Investigator A-Z):

Bostwick, Carroll, Delaney, DeLeon-Pennell, Ergul, Guttridge, Haemmerich, Helke, Howe, Khan, Lang, Lee, LeMasters, Lipschutz, Long, McClure, Mehrotra, Otis, Reichel, Rubinstein, Wrangle, Schnapp, Squeglia, Sucov, Thomas, Traktman

 

Carmela M. Reichel, Ph.D.Headshot of Dr. GuttridgeHeadshot of Dr. Kyu-Ho LeeJames Otis Ph.D.
Dr. Haemmerich Dr. Khan Picture Dr. McClure Dr. Schnapp
Dr. ThomasMark Rubinstein, Ph.D.John M. Wrangle, M.D.Joe Delaney

Philip H. HowePhoto of Dr. CarrollKristine DeLeon-Pennell, Ph.D.John Lemasters
Joshua H. Lipschutz, M.D.Lindsay SquegliaDr. Bostwick
Kris Helke head shotDr. Ergul HeadshotDr. Mehrotra headshotProfile of Dr. David T. Long
Profile of Dr. Paula Traktman

 

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