She also shared the details of the recently released New Environmental Strategy, categorized environmental goals in four main areas: carbon reduction, water recycle, waste management, and pollutant treatment. Samsung strives to achieve the objectives in each areas by making use of current technologies and developing new ones. One great example of how Samsung is progressing toward environmental sustainability is the use of the Regenerative Catalytic System (RCS), a gas treatment system ran by renewable energy, efficiently treats greenhouse gas released during production, minimizing environmental impact.
As such, Samsung will keep searching for technical solutions to solve environmental issues. Ranging from raw material selection, product development and waste disposal, Samsung will minimize our impact on nature and also help customers to strive sustainability by providing low-powered semiconductors. For example, by being the first to implement EUV process and utilizing dynamic voltage technology, our LPDDR5X improved its speed by 30% and power efficiency by 20% from its predecessor, significantly lowering power-usage for our customers and their products.
Joining of the Semiconductor Climate Consortium, sharing our efforts at industry events, such as SEMI Sustainability Summit, and participating in the Open Compute Project (OCP) Sustainability Initiative are just some beginning steps in our ESG journey ahead; as a leader Samsung Semiconductor will both individually and collectively work toward decarbonization and tackle the climate challenges ahead to build a sustainable future.