Intel is committed to being a leader in environmental sustainability and conservation.
California drought regulations called for a 25% reduction in water use. At Mission, we went beyond cutting use 31% from 2013-2016.
Mission has cut its annual use of water by using drought resistant landscaping.
In 2014 and 2015, Intel reduced fresh water consumption by one third at Santa Clara and Folsom, campuses – saving over 80M gallons each year.
Improved fixtures for sinks, showers and restrooms helps Intel conserve water.
In 2015, Intel installed 65 wind microturbines which is enough to power our executive suite.
Our smart conference rooms save energy by adjusting climate based on factors like occupancy and solar gain.
Our smart lighting system uses sensors to monitor and adjust lighting in conference rooms saving energy.
Our D2P4 data center is one of the most efficient, using almost no external energy to operate.
Optimization of the cooling tower and chiller plant at RNB help reduce power requirements.
A total of 44 EV charging stations have been installed to date and we continue to explore ways reduce the impact of commuting.
We've installed 65 micro-wind turbines on the roof top of our headquarters, RNB. These turbines are part of our multifaceted energy strategy.
Solar trash compactors help reduce the volume of trash produced without relying on fossil fuels.
We reduce food-waste and water consumption associated with rinsing dishes by encouraging employees to compost their food in our cafeterias.
eWaste recycling stations across campus ensure our electronics are managed appropriately.
Mixed-use recycling stations help us sort and recycle reducing the impact of office activities on campus.
Mission campus, our Santa Clara site is involved in engineering, design, research and development, and software engineering, and houses several corporate organizations, including sales and marketing, legal, supply network, and human resources. With more than 7,000 employees, Intel is the largest employer in Santa Clara.
2013-16, Mission Campus water savings on the campus has added up to
2013-16, Mission Campus cut use of potable water