At Applied Materials, we embrace our unique opportunity to shape and empower a more inclusive and sustainable future by delivering transformative innovation that works in harmony with nature.  

We focus on designing long-lasting, reusable, and recyclable products to minimize the use of natural resources and enable our customers to be more sustainable in their operations. We use innovative modeling tools to pinpoint sustainability improvements for new and legacy systems and implement comprehensive policies, procedures, and programs to ensure our products are safe to use and comply with applicable laws and standards.

We are committed to working with suppliers that share our principles regarding ethical business practices and human rights. We drive this commitment through a 10-year roadmap we call Supply Chain Certification for Environmental and Social Sustainability, or SuCCESS2030.

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Adding Sustainability to the Definition of Fab Performance
by Benjamin Gross, Ph.D. The semiconductor industry faces a significant challenge as it plans a major capacity expansion over the coming years. New fabs will need to produce greater numbers of increasingly complex chips built with...
Jan 6, 2022 11:40 AM ET
Leading Chipmakers Aim to Make New Fabs More Sustainable
The recovering global economy is waking up to the notion that it now runs on silicon. And there isn’t enough of it. Governments throughout the world are placing urgency on alleviating shortages of various types of chips. The semiconductor industry is talking about major capacity expansions across the industry—at a scope not seen in many years. Hundreds of billions of dollars have...
Jul 23, 2021 9:00 AM ET
Applied Materials Earns Intel's 2020 Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement (SCQI) Award
Applied Materials has earned the exclusive Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement (SCQI) Award with distinguished performance in supplier diversity for 2020. This award recognizes the absolute top performers in the Intel supply chain for their dedication to continuous improvement and their performance over the past year. “Congratulations to Applied Materials on receiving Intel’s...
Mar 30, 2021 9:00 AM ET