Product Compliance

Intel sets high environmental standards for its products and requires that its suppliers and outsource manufacturers enable similar environmental performance

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Login to the Environmental Compliance Portal to view parts data, complete the conformance statement to Intel's Environmental Product Content spec, upload or generate declaration form.

Intel Environmental Product Content Specification

Intel Environmental Product Content Specification 18-1201
This specification identifies substances that should not be contained in materials, parts, components or products supplied to Intel. Suppliers are required to fill out a one-time per supplier "EPC Spec Conformance" form for each revision of the specification.


Supplier Material Declaration

Intel's Expectations

  • Suppliers are required to provide a material declaration form for each part, product or product family supplied to Intel, which includes disclosures for RoHS, REACH, Low Halogen and other requirements as necessary.
  • Suppliers are required to submit full material disclosure (FMD) according to IPC 1752A Class-D standard for products such as integrated circuits and articles used to assemble integrated circuits; suppliers can submit material declaration according to IPC 1752A Class-C or IEC 62474 standard for products such as board and system.
  • Suppliers are required to submit material declaration collaterals through Intel’s Environmental Compliance Portal; link to the portal is also provided in the EC data request email notifications to suppliers.

Environmental Compliance Portal


To complete or upload an environmental declaration, please sign into our Environmental Compliance Portal.

  • For more information on how to request access and the necessary information of Intel’s Environmental
  • Product Content requirements, data collection process, and tools and forms used for materials declarations, please refer to the Supplier Training Document (January 9, 2020, v11.0) and How to Use the Material Disclosure Form (MDF) (May 18, 2020 v2.0) 

  • Supplier Training Document Outline:
    • Module 1: Overview
    • Module 2: Supplier Portal Access
    • Module 3: Intel’s Environmental Product Content (EPC) Specification
    • Module 4: Material Declaration Submission
    • Module 5: Submitting an Online Support Ticket

Accepted Reporting Formats

  • Material Disclosure Form (MDF) is an Intel provided Excel form designed according to the IPC 1752A data exchange standard. (Updated September 22, 2021, v2.5)
    Download the form ›
  • Intel accepts reporting formats in either an IPC 1752A XML file generated from a 3rd party tool that has been certified by IPC or IEC 62474 XML file that conforms to the standard. Please be advised that Intel no longer accepts the IPC 1752-2 v1.1 PDF and declarations made by the Intel online “Material Content Declaration (MCD) tool.

Industry Standards

  • IPC 1752A is the material declaration standard published by Institute of Printed Circuits (IPC) for companies in the supply chain to share information on materials in products. IPC 1752A with Amendments 1 & 2 can be downloaded by visiting
  • IPC provides a list of 3rd party XML solution providers
  • IEC 62474 is standard material data exchange form for products of the electrical and electronics industry published by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) TC 111 Environmental Standardization Committee. Find out more about IEC TC111. IEC 62474 compliant format material declaration tool is provided inside Intel's Environmental Compliance Portal.

Product Safety Reporting

The safety and quality of our products is a top priority.  Intel integrates safety into all aspects of our business: from the development of our products, through our supply chain and manufacturing, to the commercial and consumer use of our products.   Any Intel supplier or vendor whose product is being used by or is integrated into Intel's product, as well as any ODM who manufactures product for Intel, who learns of a product safety issue must immediately report it within 24 hours at  Supplier, vendor, or ODM failure to report may result in corrective action, including termination of the supplier, vendor, or ODM relationship.  No product should be shipped or sold unless it complies with all applicable regulations and safety standards.


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