Updated: Aug 5, 2021
Intel is looking for an alternative use for expired materials that have not been used during production.
Currently, expired materials that have not been used during production end up as waste. These are high grade raw materials that can be used in different industries. Materials are changes frequently depending on changes in production process (approximately every two years). Quantities are hard to predict. It come's in different packages (bottles, barrels, bulk- IBC's) not always suitable for direct reuse (requires re-packaging/transferring to bulk).
We are interested in end-of-life solutions for this currently unused potential, that would not expose the IP of Intel or its suppliers (i.e cannot be reverse engineered) through for example depolymerization, mechanic deconstruction, et cetera without diminished the reuse/recycling potential.
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