“Green Alternatives Wizard”

By Joy S. Adams

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a database which provides information on alternatives to hazardous chemicals or processes. The “Green” Alternatives Wizard, found at the link below, can be used to look for a new chemical or process as well as to research a chemical or process you’ve already heard about. The wizard is not limited to laboratory chemicals/processes and can be applied to household usage as well. Check with your ESH Coordinator prior to making any substitutions to your work at BNL.
MIT's Green Alternatives Wizard


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