Texas Instruments chips away at water consumption with reuse strategy

American semiconductor firm Texas Instruments is working to reduce its reliance on external water sources as it braces for an increase in water scarcity events across the globe. GWI finds out what the possibilities for water security are.

Texas Instruments (TI) is one of the ten largest semiconductor producers globally, with operations in more than 30 countries across North America, Europe and Asia. Founded in 1930, the company saw the invention of the integrated circuit in one of its laboratories in 1958, and TI now manufactures and sells semiconductors and integrated circuits to electronics companies globally.

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