Aloha Campus

About the Campus

Get to know the Aloha campus

The Aloha Campus was the first Intel campus outside of California and Fab4 was the first fabrication facility (fab) in Oregon. Construction began in 1974 and Fab4 opened in 1976. Since then, Intel has invested more than $25 billion in the state of Oregon and currently employs over 20,000 people, making it the state’s largest employer.

The last steps in the chip manufacturing process occur at the Aloha campus.

Environmental Information

Water
0.00
Millions of Gallons
Water Conserved
66
Millions of Gallons
Water Used
Waste
60
%
Percent Non-Hazardous Waste Recycled
1,676
Short Tons
Non-Hazardous Waste Generated
0.00
%
Percent Hazardous Waste to Landfill
556
Short Tons
Hazardous Waste Generated
Energy
33,031,293
kWh
Electricity Saved (kWh)
54,047,188
kWh
kWh Used
9,818
MTCO2e
CO2 Saved
Air
340,201
Tons of CO2 Equivalent
Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions
1.44
Short Tons
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
0.28
Short Tons
Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs)
0.51
Short Tons
Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx)
1.65
Short Tons
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
1.13
Short Tons
Total Fluorides (F) from RA and AL

Photos

Intel acquired its first property in Oregon in 1974. Since then, the company’s capital investments in the state have topped $25 billion.

Chips are processed and sorted using state-of-the-art technology in two different areas of the Aloha campus.

The Intel sites in Oregon have diverse on-site amenities for employees, such as cafés, health centers, fitness centers, and more. Intel employees are encouraged give back to their communities through volunteering, and can earn matching monetary grants for qualifying organizations from the Intel Foundation.

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