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Biotechnology Labs: Table of Contents

Welcome to the Biotechnology Labs Topic Hub™, a guide to basic information with links to additional on-line resources.

Background and Overview - A brief description of the biotechnology research industry including the applications, uses, state of the market, and regulatory oversight agencies.

Operations - Describes activities occurring in typical biotech research labs, along with materials used and wastes produced.

Reasons to Change - Information supporting pollution prevention, such as environmental compliance, worker health and safety, and economic and environmental impact of inefficient operations.

P2 Opportunities - Information about technologies and operating practices that reduce the hazards, quantities and costs of waste.

Where To Go for P2 Help - National and regional contacts for technical assistance plus links to organizations offering services to those interested in biotechnology laboratories.

Acknowledgements - List of author(s), collaborators, and technical and editorial reviewers.

Complete List of Links - Lists all resources cataloged in this hub. If you know of resources relating to this topic, please let us know. We will review all suggestions and include them in the hub if they provide non-biased information not currently covered.

Topic Hub™ Last Updated: 03/07/2008
This Topic Hub is a product of the Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange (P2RX)™
The Biotechnology Labs Topic Hub was developed by:
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