International SEMATECH Manufacturing Initiative (ISMI) announced that MATHESON
has joined ISMI’s Environment, Safety and Health (ESH) Technology Center.
from the two companies will collaborate to develop data-driven environmental
and sustainable solutions in areas such as energy and resource conservation,
chemical management, and industry response to climate change at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering’s
(CNSE) Albany NanoTech Complex.
“We are very
excited to become a member of ISMI, and to participate in its ESH program,”
said Bill Kroll, Chairman and CEO, MATHESON.
MATHESON as the first materials supplier to ISMI’s ESH Center,”
said Sanjay Rajguru, director of ISMI. “We look forward to working closely with
MATHESON in a collaborative effort to keep our industry productive, profitable,
and sustainable, while continuously improving the environmental footprint of
and ISMI ESH program has been pursuing energy and resource conservation for
over 15 years and has published several dozen reports and presentations which
collectively document best practices for energy and resource conservation.
In 2009, ISMI
launched its ESH Technology Center
to further address the energy and resource conservation needs of the
semiconductor industry. The center is the a global collaborative research
effort dedicated to finding and implementing green technologies that reduce
energy consumption, lower costs, and promote greater productivity in