ST Microelectronics: aiming for carbon neutrality

Over the last few years, semiconductor manufacturer ST Microelectronics has come to the fore as an environmental leader by setting demanding targets, such as cutting water use by 5% a year, reusing or recycling 95% of its waste and slashing chemical use. But is its stated aim of becoming carbon-neutral by 2010 a goal too far? Can a firm which uses as much energy as a small city become carbon-neutral in a decade, or will ST's ambitions finally hit a brick wall?

Sign in to continue

Sign in

Trouble signing in?

Reset password: Click here


Call: 020 8267 8120

Take a 30-day trial

  • Join ENDS Report now and pay nothing for your first 30-days.



Prices on request

  • Full access to for 12 months
  • Clear and accessible guidance on relevant legislation
  • Integration with ENDS Compliance Manager helping you plan ahead and ensure compliance for your organisation
  • Individual or bespoke multi-user packages available

See all benefits

Need to activate your subscription?
Already a subscriber
If you haven't already, activate your subscription here>>
Company Domain Access
If your company or university has a corporate subscription simply register your email address here to gain access