Egbert Dittrich

Egbert Dittrich

Founder and managing director of EGNATON e.V. - European Association for Sustainable Laboratories


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Tuesday 22/09/2020

From 13:45 To 14:30

09/22/2020 13:45 09/22/2020 14:30 Without sustainable Laboratories no successful research European Association for Sustainable Laboratories (EGNATON e.V.) is the only organization with respect to contemporary research buildings, their planning, lay outs and planning structures. It has been found that working in sustainable laboratory buildings with sustainable furnishings and planning not only increases the value of the buildings and ensures higher rental income, but also significantly improves the results of the users and shortens their development time. Sustainable laboratory buildings are significantly cheaper in terms of LCC (Life Cycle Cost) and TCO (Total Cost of Ownership), as well as they improve the LCA (Life Cycle Assessment). If you continue to calculate the monetary advantage that results from the higher user safety, the well-being of the users and the higher performance in sustainable buildings, every investor of sustainable buildings gains decisive advantages. The lecture will explain the important measures of sustainable building and furnishing and illustrate the need for structured and standardized sustainable planning Main Arena, Pavillion 3, Hall 12

Main Arena, Pavillion 3, Hall 12

"Without sustainable Laboratories no successful research "

Egbert Dittrich
Time and date

Tuesday 22/09/2020

From 13:45 To 14:30

09/22/2020 13:45 09/22/2020 14:30 Without sustainable Laboratories no successful research European Association for Sustainable Laboratories (EGNATON e.V.) is the only organization with respect to contemporary research buildings, their planning, lay outs and planning structures. It has been found that working in sustainable laboratory buildings with sustainable furnishings and planning not only increases the value of the buildings and ensures higher rental income, but also significantly improves the results of the users and shortens their development time. Sustainable laboratory buildings are significantly cheaper in terms of LCC (Life Cycle Cost) and TCO (Total Cost of Ownership), as well as they improve the LCA (Life Cycle Assessment). If you continue to calculate the monetary advantage that results from the higher user safety, the well-being of the users and the higher performance in sustainable buildings, every investor of sustainable buildings gains decisive advantages. The lecture will explain the important measures of sustainable building and furnishing and illustrate the need for structured and standardized sustainable planning Main Arena, Pavillion 3, Hall 12
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Main Arena, Pavillion 3, Hall 12

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