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NSAI Certificate of Registration of Environmental Management System declares that Intel complies with requirements for manufacturing semiconductors
With energy-efficient computing, Intel helps drive best sustainable business practices for energy-conscious manufacturing.
Intel sustainability takes a leadership position in voluntary environmental projects at global and local levels.
Intel Chip Chat episode shows Joe Barletta talking about progressing to halogen-free and removing adverse materials from products.
Video: Intel and local councils preserve the Leixlip Spa, adjacent to Intel Ireland’s Leixlip campus.
Sample Digital eliminates DVDs and transportation costs by digital distributing HD using Intel® Xeon® processors.
Video: Intel invests more than USD 100 million in water conservation programs at global facilities.
Learn about Intel's company-wide commitment to ensure manufacturing sites meet comprehensive environmental management standards and initiatives.
NSAI Certificate of Registration of Occupational Health and Safety Management System asserts compliance with semiconductor manufacturing requirements.
See Intel’s commitment to the environment, from energy-efficient products to responsible operations to technology for environmental challenges.
Intel’s quarter 3, 2012, environmental progress and performance report for governmental and community stakeholders.
Video: Ron Gonen, co-founder of RecycleBank, shows how technology makes it easy to get rewarded for doing something good for the environment.
In part 1 of IT sustainability, Intel’s Mike Breton talks proof of concept work on lowering office energy consumption and at home.
Video: introduction to Intel’s Dalian fabrication facility, one of China’s most ecologically advanced manufacturing plants.
Video: Frog Design, Intel take a fresh look at the retail environment, create new ways of saving energy.
University of Plymouth with Intel® vPro™ Technology manages power by reducing consumption and carbon emissions for its green agenda.
See Intel policies and practices for environmentally responsible operations, including ways to reduce emissions, manage water use, and minimize waste.
Intel green technology is creating solutions, using fewer resources, and enabling new, disruptive business models in all industries.