Medical facilities can be made eco-friendly by the proper sorting and recycling of their waste products. Made more friendly by the use of bio-degradable products and cleaning chemical which aren’t composed of harsh chemicals. Also planting gardens and trees around the facility aid not only in the outside eco-system but will elevate the morale of medical personnel and staff.
Medical facilities can also be eco friendly in the ways other buildings can. They can use energy efficient lighting, or products designated with the Water Sense label.
There is also a green hospital movement. According to the Physicians for Social Responsibility, a green hospital will “choose an environmentally friendly site, utilizes sustainable and efficient designs, uses green building materials and products, thinks green during construction and keeps the greening process going. A Green Hospital is constructed around a hospital that recycles, reuses materials, reduces waste, and produces cleaner air.”
Medical facilities can be eco-friendly if they are recyclable and those that are not recyclable are not derived through any process that is iniical to the environment.
Hospitals can be known as eco-friendly if they recycle, dispose of their waste that do not harm the environment, incorporate more green buildings, use bio-degradable products, use more eco-friendly cleaning chemicals, and so on. Using products that have no fragrance and toxicity and are environmentally friendly can be more beneficial for the patients, staff personnel, and the community.
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