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Case 2



Hyang-Soo Kim initially incorporated the company in Korea
as Anam Industrial Co., Ltd in 1956.

Its former name Anam means “A” (asia) and “nam” (south)

Amkor Technology Philippines was established in 1968

World’s Largest semiconductor packaging and test

The name of the company indicates where the owners
came. (America and Korea)

BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY  The company’s services and products support all levels electronics  PC’s / workstations  Automotive/Industial  Office Components equipment  Telecom/Cellular/Pager  Semiconductor  IC packaging Components technologies .

BACKGROUND OF THE COMPANY  The company has always shown considerable interest in Environmental management into its operations. solid wastes and more  Amkor received its ISO 14001 certification in September 1997 from SGS International .  Initiated several waste reduction programs for water.


paints. molding compounds. wafer die.ACTIVITES AND OPERATIONS OF THE COMPANY  Usage of various raw materials (solvents. epoxy and gold wire)  The use of non-renewable resources (metals)  Usage of water for its operations  Air Emissions and energy consumption during production and outbound logistics  Production of Solid Wastes . lead frames. inks and thinner. acids.


oil and Electricity used in production   Impact: Depletion of natural resources Impact: Air pollution and depletion of fossil fuel Hazards during usage of harmful materials and chemicals in production  Impact: Threat to public health and environment .ENVIRONMENT ASPECTS AND ITS IMPACTS  Usage of raw materials and Water   Usage of Energy sources such as Gas.

Water and Air pollution Amkor Anam Plant is located at the back of Paliko Creek at Muntinlupa  Impact: Threat to public health.ENVIRONMENT ASPECTS AND ITS IMPACTS  Air emissions during production   Solid Wastes during production and disposal   Impact: Air pollution Impact: Land. Water Pollution .


8749 Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999  SEC. or prevent pollution.  The Department 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.Republic Act No.  SEC. 16. Emission Charge System. reduce. Permits. 13.  The Department shall have the authority to issue  permits as it may determine necessary for the prevention and abatement of air pollution.

1586. Emission Quotas.  The Department 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 Presidential Decree No.Republic Act No. . 8749 Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999  SEC. 17.

Republic Act No. 13. 9275 Philippine Clean Water Act of 2004  SEC. Wastewater Charge System. .  The Department 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.

Discharge Permits.Republic Act No. . 14.  The Department shall require owners or operators of facilities that discharge regulated effluents pursuant to this Act to secure a permit to discharge. 9275 Philippine Clean Water Act of 2004  SEC.

. 9003 Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000  SEC. Prohibition on the Use of Non-Environmentally Acceptable Packaging. wrapped or packaged in or on packaging which is not environmentally acceptable packaging. 30.Republic Act No.  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.

Republic Act No. The fees shall be based on the following minimum factors:  (a) types of solid waste. 9003 Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000  SEC. and implementing a solid waste management plan prepared pursuant to this Act. and  (c) distance of the transfer station to the waste management facility. Authority to Collect Solid Waste Management Fees. 47. adopting.  The local government unit shall impose fees in amounts sufficient to pay the costs of preparing.  (b) amount/volume of waste. .

its chemical identity and molecular structure. processed or imported. Pre-Manufacture Requirements. processor or importer shall submit the following information: the name of the chemical substance or mixture. proposed categories of use. and any test data related to health and environmental effects which the manufacturer.Republic Act No. .  The and Pre-Importation manufacturer. an estimate of the amount to be manufactured. 6969 Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990  SEC. 8. processor or importer has. processing and disposal thereof.

manufactured. in the storage.Republic Act No. Prohibited Acts. 6969 Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990  SEC. air or sea transportation or otherwise keeping in storage any amount of hazardous and nuclear wastes in any part of the Philippines.  d) Cause. directly or indirectly. or bringing into Philippines territory. processed or distributed in violation of this Act or implementing rules and regulations or orders. aid or facilitate. even in transit. including its maritime economic zones. 13. importation.  a) Knowingly use a chemical substance or mixture which is imported. . either by means of land.


 Extra careful when handling a chemical listed in PICCS (Philippine Inventory of Chemicals and Chemical Substances) .SUPPLY CHAIN – INBOUND LOGISTICS  When the company releases their purchase orders to its vendors and suppliers. the environmental requirements are always specified in detail.  Harmful chemical from the suppliers must provide description about the chemical.

 The company provides a checklist to its suppliers to indicate the product’s safety and emergency preparedness during deliveries or transfer and usage of chemicals. . Amkor must be informed and further examinations will be conducted.  If the supplier done any changes to its supplied product.SUPPLY CHAIN – INBOUND LOGISTICS  Supplier must give MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) to Amkor.

 Organizing environmental awareness programs and seminars to its suppliers and vendors.SUPPLY CHAIN – INBOUND LOGISTICS  Amkor coordinates to its suppliers for a more health and environmental friendly production. .  Lets its suppliers and vendors to check their plants and observe their environmental performance and ask them if it is acceptable.

paints. inks. frames. . molding compounds. thinner.SUPPLY CHAIN – INBOUND LOGISTICS  MATERIAL SUPPLIERS AND VENDORS  RAW MATERIALS: • Metallic compounds • Various Chemicals: • solvents. acids. lead. epoxy and gold wire. bases. water die.

SUPPLY CHAIN – PRODUCTION  Company’s main production : Electronic Devices  Environmental Aspect and steps taken by Amkor  Emits greenhouse gases (lowered by 20% in 2014)  Utilizes harmful chemicals (lowered due to the steps taken in the inbound logistics)  Produces solid wastes (company finds a way how to recycle it) .

SUPPLY CHAIN – OUTBOUND LOGISTICS   Uses trucks for delivery of their products. (contributes to ozone depletion) Contractors help in the disposal of different kinds of waste: Sludge  Used batteries  Solid Waste  Oil Waste  Solvent  Molding compounds  Solder dross  .

SUPPLY CHAIN – EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION  Amkor always incorporate employee participation  Activity for the employees called “One-Point Lesson”  Company  Company has its own “Earth Month” always do steps that will encourage its employees to be environment-friendly .

used to be a dumping ground of garbage and became a major disease source. Muntinlupa.  Muntinlupa officials and Amkor have agreed in the following:  Designation of a permanent watcher and cleaner  The issuance of a barangay ordinance creating rules against dumping and its corresponding sanction  Amkor will donate trolley bins  Recommendation to monitor other companies that dump waste on the creek and request them to develop their environmental programs.SUPPLY CHAIN – COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT  Paliko Creek is located at the back of Amkor Plant in Barangay Cupang. .

NET EFFECTS  Company has saved a lot from its energy and water conservation programs  Production efficiency increased  Company is always ready for surprise inspection of the government  All achievements of Amkor can be achieved not only by economic accomplishments but also through participation in environmental and social activities. .