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g In 1956, Hyang Soo Kim initially incorporated the


company in Korea as Anam Industrial Co. Ltd.

g In 1968, Amkor was established and grew to be the


world·s largest semiconductor packaging and test
company.
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g èAnamµ was coined from èAµ for Asia and ènamµ which
means south

g èAmkorµ was indicative of the countries from which its


owners came, namely America and Korea
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g Amkor·s services and products support all levels of


electronics
ë VC·s / Workstations
ë Automotive/Industrial components
ë Office equipment
ë Telecom/Cellular/Vager components
ë Semiconductor technologies
ë IC packaging
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g Amkor received its ISO 14001 certification in


September 1997 from SGS International

ë SGS is the company which provides ISO 14001:2004


Environmental Management System certificates. It
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g ~ealing with many types of raw materials
(chemicals such as solvents, acids, paints, inks and thinner, wafer die,
lead frames, molding compounds, epoxy and gold wire)

g Utilizing non-renewable resources (such as metals)

g Excess resources and supplies (expired mold pellets)

g Industrial use of water for its operations

g Energy consumption and air emissions during


production
       
g Vresence of environmental hazards
(odor produced during the production of melamine in the mold operations)
(use of benzene which had acetone)

g Vroduction of solid wastes

g Vroduction of sludge from wastewater treatment

g Vackaging of outputs/finished products

g Shuttle buses for transportation (by service providers)


 
      
  
     
  
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g SEC. 13. M  



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ë The ~epartment shall impose on and collect


regular emission fees from dischargers as
part of the emission permitting system. The
system shall encourage the industries and
motor vehicles to abate, reduce, or prevent
pollution.
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ë The ~epartment shall have the authority to


issue permits as it may determine necessary for
the prevention and abatement of air pollution.
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g SEC. 17. M   .

ë The ~epartment may allow each regional


industrial center that is designated as special
airshed to allocate emission quotas to pollution
sources within its jurisdiction that qualify
under an environmental impact assessment
system programmatic compliance program
pursuant to the implementing rules and
regulations of Vresidential ~ecree No. 1586.
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ë The ~epartment shall implement a


wastewater charge system in all management
areas including the Laguna Lake Region and
Regional Industrial Centers through the
collection of wastewater charges/fees.
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ë The ~epartment shall require owners or operators


of facilities that discharge regulated effluents
pursuant to this Act to secure a permit to discharge.
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ë No person owning, operating or conducting a


commercial establishment in the country shall sell
or convey at retail or possess with the intent to sell
or convey at retail any products that are placed,
wrapped or packaged in or on packaging which is
not environmentally acceptable packaging.
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ë The local government unit shall impose fees in
amounts sufficient to pay the costs of preparing,
adopting, and implementing a solid waste
management plan prepared pursuant to this Act.
The fees shall be based on the following minimum
factors:
g (a) types of solid waste;

g (b) amount/volume of waste; and

g (c) distance of the transfer station to the waste


management facility.
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ë The manufacturer, processor or importer shall


submit the following information: the name of the
chemical substance or mixture; its chemical
identity and molecular structure; proposed
categories of use; an estimate of the amount to be
manufactured, processed or imported; processing
and disposal thereof; and any test data related to
health and environmental effects which the
manufacturer, processor or importer has.
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ë a) Knowingly use a chemical substance or mixture


which is imported, manufactured, processed or
distributed in violation of this Act or implementing
rules and regulations or orders;

ë d) Cause, aid or facilitate, directly or indirectly, in


the storage, importation, or bringing into
Vhilippines territory, including its maritime
economic zones, even in transit, either by means of
land, air or sea transportation or otherwise keeping
in storage any amount of hazardous and nuclear
wastes in any part of the Vhilippines.
  
  
       

 


g Vrinciple:

ë An organization should review and continually


improve its EMS with the objective of
improving its overall environmental
performance.
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g A SUVVLY CHAIN is a system of organizations,


people, technology, activities, information and
resources involved in moving a product or service
from supplier to customer.
  

  
INBOUND OUTBOUND
PRODUCTION
LOGISTICS LOGISTICS
Raw and
virgin Output
materials Distribution
Warehousing
New Fabrication Packaging
Vendor
components Storage Assembly Transportation
Supplier and parts Processing
Waste
Recycled,
Disposal
reused
Treatment
materials
and parts

Reverse Logistics Use


Reusable, recyclable
materials and components
Disposal
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g Organizing many awareness seminars

g Training business partners by organizing regular


supplier/vendor audits on-site

g Guiding them through the documentation process and


recommending programs to meet legal requirements
  
g Customer Vressure ² releasing purchase orders with
detailed environmental requirements
g Green Vurchasing

ë Vhilippines· control list


ë Vhilippine Inventory of Chemicals and Chemical
Substances· list of hazardous chemicals
ë ~etailed Material Safety ~ata Sheet
ë Giving checklist (legal compliance, MS~S,
emergency preparedness, and progress in
environmental initiative programs)
ë Revision code and Incoming Quality Assurance
  

g Coordinating with suppliers for possible need for


reformulation

g Requesting for change of chemicals/raw materials


   

g Vhasing out of harmful materials

g Using items like plastic trays

g Redesigning of production process

g Installing recycling plant for cooling water


   

g Reduction programs:

ë Chemical/Water Reduction Vrogram

ë Solid Waste Reduction Vrogram

ë Sludge Reduction Vrogram


   

g Contractors help in the disposal of different kinds


of waste:
ë Sludge
ë Used batteries
ë Solid Waste
ë Oil Waste
ë Solvent
ë Molding compounds
ë Solder dross
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g Varticipation in the EMS development process

g Initiation of One-Voint Lesson

g ~esignation of èEarth Monthµ for the company

g ~edication of one column in the company newsletter,


Quality Circuit

g Encouraging its employees to be environment-friendly


  
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g Inviting government agencies and officials for clean up
operations and conducting meetings

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g Updating regularly on the latest list of hazardous


chemicals

g Arranging funds to help their suppliers for EMV

g Encouraging the suppliers to use plastic containers


and glass bottles
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g Continuous on-site application of 3R·s

g Input substitution whenever possible

g Improving housekeeping practices

g Investing on the utilization of renewable energy


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g Green Vackaging / Environment Vackaging

g Environment-friendly Transportation

g Green Marketing
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g If applicable to the field of business, the company can


start a program on giving discounts to those
customers who return packaging and other valuable
materials that can be utilized in the production
phase and also by its suppliers.
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