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Which Lab Plastics Can You Recycle?

Quick Reference to Recycling Lab Plastics

Plastic is ubiquitous in life science research. When reuse isn't possible, recycling is the simplest way to divert plastic from landfills. But not all lab plastics can be recycled.

PET is the most commonly recycled plastic – in fact, it is in high demand as a source material. With so many different grades of plastics in the lab, it's hard to tell which types are recyclable or what becomes waste.

Download our quick reference poster to help you identify and sort your lab plastics for recycling.


Grab Your Art of Pipetting Calendar!

Planning ahead? Our 2022 wall calendar is a great way to prepare for the upcoming months! Bonus: the original work by San Francisco artist Chelsea Ryoko Wong will brighten up any lab or office!


May 10th- 13th, 2022 - Mid-Atlantic Association of Forensic Scientists Annual Meeting 2022

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Newport News, VA 23606

25 May, 2022 - Calibration and Verification of Conductivity Sensors

29 Jun, 2022 - Delivering from Lab to Plant – The Role of PAT Across Scales

27 Jul, 2022 - PAT for Downstream Bioprocess Optimization


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