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Product Compliance

Intel sets high environmental standards for its products and requires that its suppliers and outsource manufacturers enable similar environmental performance.

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Login to the Supplier Environmental Compliance (EC) Portal to view parts data, complete the conformance statement to Intel's Environmental Product Content spec, upload or generate declaration form.

Intel Environmental Product Content Specification

Intel Environmental Product Content Specification 18-1201
This specification identifies substances that should not be contained in materials, parts, components or products supplied to Intel. Suppliers are required to fill out a one-time per supplier "EPC Spec Conformance" form for each revision of the specification.

Supplier Declaration Form

  • Intel has adopted the latest industry standard forms for materials declaration data exchange; Intelís current EC data system accepts:
    • IEC 62474 in XML schema
    • IPC1752A in XML schema
    • IPC1752-2 v1.1 PDF
  • Suppliers are required to fill out a material declaration form for each part, product or product family supplied to Intel, which includes disclosures for RoHS and REACH regulations, plus Intel's low halogen initiative.
  • Suppliers are required to submit full material declaration (FMD) according to IPC 1752A for integrated circuits and for articles used to assemble integrated circuits; suppliers can submit declaration according to IEC 62474 for all other type parts.
  • IEC 62474 is standard material data exchange form for products of the electrical and electronics industry published by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) TC 111 Environmental Standardization Committee. Find out more about IEC TC111. IEC 62474 compliant format material declaration tool is provided inside Intel's supplier EC portal.
  • IPC 1752A is the material declaration standard published by Institute of Printed Circuits (IPC) for companies in the supply chain to share information on materials in products. IPC 1752A with Amendments 1 & 2 can be downloaded by visiting

Supplier Environment Compliance (EC) Portal Training

This training guide is intended to provide you with the necessary information to understand high-level Environmental Compliance process; request access to Intelís Supplier Environmental Compliance (EC) Portal; declare your conformance to Intelís Environmental Product Content (EPC) specification; accurately and completely upload a supplier declaration; and how to create a new declaration through the Supplier EC Portal. The training material will be presented in the Chapters below.

Modules Outline: Training Document (PDF) - Updated!

Module 1: Overview

  • Environmental Product Content Process
  • High-Level Environmental Compliance Process

Module 2: Supplier Portal Access

  • Requesting Access
  • Approval by your companyís Employee Validation Manager
  • Becoming an Employee Validation Manager (If this is the first time your company is registering to supplier portal)
  • Checking Status of Request for Access
  • Requesting Access to Additional Applications

Module 3: Intelís Environmental Product Content (EPC) Specification

Module 4: Uploading a Self-created Supplier Declaration

  • When to provide a Declaration
  • Navigating to Supplier Environmental Compliance (EC) Portal
  • Submitting a Supplier Declaration

Module 5: Creating a New Declaration

  • Creating a New Supplier Declaration
  • Submitting a New Supplier Declaration

Module 6: Submitting an Online Support Ticket

  • Submitting an online support ticket


Supplier Portal login assistance Supplier Site Registration
Supplier EC Portal questions: please submit ticket for On-line Support or contact your Intel Supplier Manager.


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