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icated buildings make convenient low cost laboratories. They are readily available in many sizes in most parts of the country. Built-in-place frame buildings can also be used. Consideration should be given to the following:
1. Check with local authorities about zoning and building permits.
2. Locate the building away from sources of contamination such as a gravel driveway or parking lot, soil mixing area, shipping dock, pesticide storage, or dust and chemicals from fields.
3. A clear span building allows for a flexible arrangement of walls.
4. The floor should be concrete or capable of carrying 50 pounds per square foot.
5. Walls and ceiling should be insulated to at least R-15 and be covered inside with a water-resistant material.
6. Windows, if desired, may be placed wherever convenient in the media preparation and glassware washing rooms.
7. The heating system should be capable of maintaining a room temperature at 70 F in the coldest part of winter.
8. A minimum 3/4 in. water service is needed.
9. Connection to a septic system or sanitary sewer should be provided.
10. Air conditioning for summer cooling may be necessary.
11. Electric service capacity for equipment, lights and future expansion should be calculated. A minimum 100 amp service is recommended.
if two rooms of 10 sq.m. each are available, along with running water and electricity connection, the laboratory can be set up at hardware cost of only around Rs. 300,000.