Leading the Industry in Sustainable Best Practices and Continuous Improvement
TTM is committed to responsible environmental practices that include:
TTM Proudly Works with Globally Recognized Standardization and Regulatory Bodies
Our Environmental Health and Safety department oversees compliance with all local and federal standards. TTM ensures that we meet or exceed all regulatory specifications and product material content declarations. All of our manufacturing facilities are currently certified to the ISO 14001 international environmental management systems standard or have embraced an ISO14001 conforming system model and are actively working toward certification.
More Ways TTM Demonstrates Our Commitment to Sustainability
- We report emissions, energy usage, and water usage to customers and regulatory agencies.
- We also report our greenhouse gas emissions and water use information annually to the Carbon Disclosure Project (“CDP”).
- TTM conducts extensive internal monitoring and benchmarking to measure performance, establish best practices, and identify improvement opportunities.
- In 2020, TTM initiated an internal program targeting reductions in emissions, waste, water, and energy use.
- By early 2021, all TTM manufacturing facilities will be certified to the ISO 14001 environmental management standard. Except for our new Advanced Technology Center (“ATC”), which opened in 2020 and is currently working toward certification.
- In 2018, the United States Environmental Protection Agency recognized TTM for our leadership in the Agency’s 2018 Toxics Release Inventory Analysis.
- TTM, in association with IPC, a prominent industry trade organization, assisted in environmental and safety development and training for employers and competitors across the industry. We actively promote industry standards and best practices for environmental, health, and safety.
- In 2020, TTM committed $3.0 million in capital and $50.5 million in other expenses for environmental safeguarding initiatives at its facilities worldwide.