Revolutionizing Copper Removal and Recovery in Microelectronics for a Sustainable Future
ElectraMet, the premier copper and dissolved metal removal and recovery technology, has been recognized as a finalist for the prestigious Startups for Sustainable Semiconductors program at SEMICON West 2023. The program showcases companies driving innovation and sustainability in the semiconductor industry, focusing on circularity, emissions reduction, and energy efficiency.
ElectraMet’s breakthrough technology is revolutionizing the field of copper removal and recovery in microelectronics. By offering an efficient and sustainable solution, the company enables semiconductor manufacturers to achieve their sustainability targets while optimizing operational costs and supporting the circular economy.
As a finalist, ElectraMet will be presenting its innovative technology at the Sustainability Pavilion on Wednesday July 12th during SEMICON West 2023. Attendees can also visit booth #5250 to learn more about how ElectraMet’s cutting-edge solution transforms copper removal and recovery processes, delivering significant environmental benefits and economic value.
“We are delighted to be selected as a finalist for the Startups for Sustainable Semiconductors program,” said Keith Jacobs, CEO at ElectraMet. “Our technology represents a paradigm shift in the way copper is removed and recovered in microelectronics, offering an unparalleled combination of sustainability and efficiency. SEMICON West 2023 provides an excellent platform for us to share our vision and engage with industry professionals.”
ElectraMet invites all SEMICON West 2023 attendees to explore their booth and discover the transformative potential of their copper removal and recovery technology. By harnessing the power of innovation and sustainability, ElectraMet is driving positive change in the semiconductor industry and paving the way for a more sustainable future.
ElectraMet is an industry-leading provider of cutting-edge solutions for the removal and recovery of copper and other dissolved metals in microelectronics. Their innovative technology empowers organizations to achieve their sustainability objectives, optimize operational costs, and contribute to the circular economy.