Samsung Receives Zero Waste to Landfill Validations for All of Its Global Semiconductor Manufacturing Sites

Samsung | June 11, 2020

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., on June 10 announced that it has received UL’s Zero Waste to Landfill validation of Gold level and above for all of its global semiconductor operation sites. This signifies that Samsung’s semiconductor sites in South Korea, the U.S. and China meet the requirement of more than 95% waste diversion through methods that do not involve thermal processing.

In particular, the Samsung DSR building in Hwaseong, Korea, home to most of its local semiconductor R&D staff, is validated for Zero Waste to Landfill at the Platinum level for reaching 100% waste diversion. “Eco-friendly operations are now a must for any business and we will continue to ensure sustainable growth that is mindful of the environment that we live and operate in, said ”Chanhoon Park, executive vice president of global infrastructure technology at Samsung Electronics.

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While additive manufacturing (AM) has mostly been used as a prototyping tool, in the past five years it has matured as a means of enhancing multiple stages of the product development process, including the production of an end-use parts-a process termed Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM).

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While additive manufacturing (AM) has mostly been used as a prototyping tool, in the past five years it has matured as a means of enhancing multiple stages of the product development process, including the production of an end-use parts-a process termed Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM).

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