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INTEL ARIZONA ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS
For 10 consecutive years, Intel Corporation has been
recognized as an environmental leader in an
innovative program sponsored by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) known as
Project XL (eXcellence and Leadership). Project XL
allows firms greater operating flexibility in exchange
for commitments to superior environmental
performance and public accountability.
Intel announced that it intends to seek certification
for its new Fab 32 as the company’s first official
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
(LEED) factory based on new criteria being
developed for facilities of this kind. LEED is a green
building rating system developed by the U.S. Green
Building Council that provides a set of standards for
environmentally sustainable construction and requires
several months of operating data before certification
can be completed. The certification would
demonstrate that Fab 32 meets the highest
environmental standards and reflects Intel’s history of
commitment to environmental leadership.
Intel Wins Crescordia Award
Valley Forward Association of
Arizona initiated the
Awards in 1980 to recognize
outstanding contributions to the
physical environment of Valley
communities. The Crescordia
Award is the highest honor in
each category. Crescordia is a
Greek term that means "to grow
Intel received the Crescordia
Award for its work over the past
10 years in developing cuttingedge environmental leadership
strategies that have resulted in
performance and economic
growth in Arizona.
Arizona presents unique water use challenges due to its arid climate and fast-growing metropolitan areas. As a result, Intel proactively formed a strong partnership with the city of Chandler more than a decade ago to use innovative...
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