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Case Studies

The Case Studies demonstrate how member-companies develop and use EICC tools and resources to improve social and environmental conditions in global electronics supply chain. The information herein is provided for informational purposes only and may only reflect information about a particular EICC member company. The information therefore does not necessarily reflect the views or position of EICC. Any inaccuracy or omission in such information is not the responsibility of EICC.

EICC is committed to complying with applicable antitrust laws. Participation in EICC programs and use of EICC resources is voluntary. Determination of whether and/or how to use the foregoing resources or any EICC information or programs is to be made your sole and absolute discretion. Terms and conditions of business with suppliers and customers are to be determined in a company’s sole and individual discretion.

 

 

Case Studies

 

ASSESMENT & MONITORING
Hewlett-Packard (2011) Assessing and Addressing Social and Environmental Responsibility in HP’s Supply Chain
   
CAPABILITY BUILDING
Eastman Kodak Company (2011) Developing Health and Safety Training for EICC® and GeSI Members
 
ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
Applied Materials (2011) Partnering with the Supply Chain for Improved Energy Efficiency of Products
 
MINERALS EXTRACTION
Intel Corporation (2011) Assessing the Supply Chain for Conflict Minerals
 
NEW MEMBERSHIP
XP Power (2011) Joining the EICC® to Improve Environmental Performance
 

 


(Last updated September 22, 2011)

 

 

(Last Updated September 19, 2011)