Four ways healthcare facilities can go green

Hospitals and healthcare networks can boost their sustainability to reduce waste and save money


Healthcare facilities can boost their sustainability to reduce waste, and save money. According to an article on the Healthcare Dive website, approaches hospitals can take to go green include: 

• Setting appropriate targets to make tracking meaningful. 

• Improving energy efficiency

• Reducing waste generation, especially biohazard waste

• Looking at small as well as large actions

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January 11, 2016


Topic Area: Sustainable Operations


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