Pilot Project: Chemical Waste Minimization in the Educational Laboratory: Final Report

Illinois Sustainable Technology Center

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During Calendar Year 1999, the Illinois Waste Management and Research Center (WMRC), a state agency, and Argonne National Laboratory-East (Argonne), a federal research facility, jointly conducted a pilot project entitled "Chemical Waste Minimization in the Educational Laboratory." Four Chicago area secondary schools voluntarily participated in this Pilot Project. The purpose of the Pilot Project was to promote the integration of waste minimization and 'pollution prevention (WM&P2) strategies within secondary schools by presenting microscale chemistry lectures and demonstrations to high school chemistry teachers and by performing chemical vulnerability assessments within high school chemistry laboratories.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationChampaign, IL
PublisherWaste Management and Research Center and Argonne National Laboratory-East
StatePublished - 2000

Publication series

NameTR Series (Waste Management Research Center)
No.TR00- 035


  • Laboratories -- High schools -- Illinois -- Chicago -- Safety measures
  • Chemicals -- Safety measures
  • Laboratories -- High schools -- Pollution prevention
  • Laboratories -- High schools -- Source reduction (Waste management)


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