100% 85% We treat and return approxi- mately 80%1 of the water we use to local communities and watersheds, and in 2017 committed to restore 100% of our global water use by 2025. Across Intel, we recycled 85% of our non-hazardous waste in 2017, and are on track to achieve our goal of a 90% non-hazardous recycling rate by 2020. Since 2012, we have invested more than $185 million in approximately 2,000 energy conservation projects at our facilities worldwide, cumu- latively resulting in savings of 3 billion kWh of energy and more than $400 million through the end of 2017. We have achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design* (LEED) certification for 15.4 million square feet in 46 buildings—roughly 25% of our total operational space. environmental sustainability Our long-standing commitment to environmental leadership helps us achieve efficiency, reduce costs, and respond to the needs of our customers and community stakeholders. We invest in conservation projects and set company-wide environmental targets, seeking to drive reductions in greenhouse gas emis- sions, energy use, water use, and waste generation. We also work with others to apply Internet of Things technologies to environmental challenges such as climate change and water conservation. 6 7 WATERRESTORATION GOAL OFNON-HAZARDOUS WASTERECYCLED $ 185MINVESTMENT INENERGY CONSERVATION 15.4MLEED*-CERTIFIED SQUAREFEET By working with our U.S. cafeteria supplier to review exact recipe requirements, in 2017, we lowered the amount of waste created in meal preparation by 25%. Intel’s cafeteria teams also found ways to donate 95,000 pounds of unused food to local communities throughout the year. INTEL.COM/RESPONSIBILITY We have facilitated the installation of more than 88 alternative energy projects at Intel sites, including one of the world’s largest corporate solar-covered parking lots at our campus in Chandler, Arizona. 1 Represents our global average over the past eight years, which typically varied between 75-85%.