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1 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 1 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution ESH ITWG Jim Jewett Environmental, Safety and Health Chapter ITRS 2009 Hans-Peter Bipp – Infineon Jim Jewett – Intel Mike Mocella – DuPont Andreas Neuber – Applied Materials Takayuki Ohgoshi – NEC Electronics Tetsu Tomine – Seiko-Epson

2 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 2 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution 2008 Results Revise and update Energy and Water conservation requirements –Energy Balanced Equipment and Facilities requirements Refined total factory energy baseline Eliminated redundancy in tables –Water Incorporated relationship between water use and energy consumption (energy released to atmosphere through cooling tower) Improved water balance model used (in Back Up/file on ITRS Web site) UPW Recycle added back into tables –Will require reevaluation in 2009 due to impact of single wafer processing

3 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 3 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution 2008 Energy Conservation Changes

4 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 4 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution 2008 Water Conservation Changes

5 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 5 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution Impact to Technology from ESH Policy Evolving Technology ESH Requirements ImpactInfluence historical emerging Impact to ESH Policy from Technology

6 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 6 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution 2009 Issues How best to incorporate emerging policy issues? For example: Different chemical restrictions among the industrys many political geographies New energy-intensive processes (e.g., EUV lithography) versus improved energy conservation needs Should we reorganize requirements from technical thrust to topical focus? Table ESH3a Chemicals and Materials Management Technology Requirements Nano, Persistent Organic Pollutants Treaty (POPs), New chemicals, Hazard Table ESH4a Process and Equipment Management Technology Requirements PFC, Energy (Process Equipment), Material utilization Table ESH5a Facilities Energy and Water Optimization Technology Requirements Energy (Facilities), Waste, Emission impact Table ESH6 Sustainability and Product Stewardship Technology Requirements Green Fab Adjust scope on Factory requirements (wafer size vs. functionality) 450mm, new 300mm and Existing factories with new technology Additional 2009 Challenges Supplementary Material (Scope Documents) ERM/ESH Material Table

7 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 7 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution

8 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 8 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution Table ESH3aChemicals and Materials Management Technology RequirementsNear-term Years The Environment, Safety, and Health new chemical screening tool (Chemical Restrictions Table) is linked online Year of Production Interconnect Low- materials spin-on and CVD Enabling Establish chemical utilization* and process byproducts baseline Maintain or improve chemical utilization* by 10% Maintain or improve chemicals utilization* by 10% Copper deposition processes (convention al and alternative) Enabling 75% copper reclaimed/rec ycled 85% copper reclaimed/recycled99% copper reclaimed/recycled Advanced metallizatio n including barrier and nucleation deposition Improving Establish chemical utilization* and process byproducts baseline Maintain or improve chemical utilization* by 10%; minimize process byproducts Maintain or improve chemicals utilization* by 10%; minimize process byproducts Planarizatio n methods Enabling Characterize emissions and consumables; establish baseline. > 15% Reduction in consumables from baseline2% reduction in consumables per year Plasma etch Critical Alternatives with improved ESH impacts. Maintain or improve chemical utilization*; characterize process byproducts. Alternatives with improved ESH impacts. Maintain or improve chemical utilization* by 10%; minimize process byproducts. Alternatives with improved ESH impacts. Low ESH impact chemistries. Maintain or improve chemical utilization* by 10%; minimize process byproducts. Critical - Essential item for the implementation and success of the technology Enabling - Important item for the implementation and success of the technology Improving - Useful item for the implementation and success of the technology 2009 key work: prioritization of ESH requirements

9 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 9 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution Water Model Table

10 ITRS Winter Conference 2008 USA 10 Work in Progress: Not for Distribution Water Model Notes


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