Labcon is committed to on-site energy production in addion to sourcing renewables. Unlike many others Labcon does not purchase or promote the use of renewable energy credits.
869 kW rooftop solar panels produce one third of our power needs.
Our advanced closed loop cooling system for molding machine water uses significantly less energy than other methods.
500 meters away at our 3200 Lakeville property our Ebeam (Beta) radiation sterilizer processes our products using less overall energy than Cobalt (Gamma) sterilization and requires no radiactive materials.
Connected to our solar array we have four dedicated electric vehicle charging spaces.
An 800 kW roof-top solar system installed in 2011 was expanded with another 70 kW in late 2013 and will now produce a full 33% of Labcon’s electricity needs. The goal is to be over 50% solar powered by 2020.
Total renewable energy including solar, wind, geothermal, biogas and small hydro-electric now makes up 54% of Labcon’s 2017 energy profile (on-site solar plus purchased electricity). The goal is to operate with 70% renewable energy by 2020.
Our 2020 goal is to operate with 70% renewable energy by 2020. In 2017 we are operating with 54% total renewables (on-site solar plus purchased electricity from renewable sources).