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11/11/2011 07:38 PM EST
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GWFab
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GWFab   11/16/2011 8:28:12 AM
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how does one gets invited to this class and tour?

Kinnar
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Kinnar   11/13/2011 6:14:35 PM
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It is goodness of TMSC, as they are considering their social responsibility and arranging this kind of free workshops for helping the society with the proven technologies. But I am also amazed why this much amount of water in required in chip manufacturing process?

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DrQuine   11/12/2011 7:48:43 PM
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It would be interesting to know to what extent a clean air blast or pressurized water wash could remove foreign matter and reduce the need for such huge water volumes. We've all seen how a pressure washer can achieve impressive cleaning results with much less water than simple bulk water.

SylvieBarak
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SylvieBarak   11/12/2011 7:32:25 AM
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Crazy amounts of water... I'm glad they recycle!

t.alex
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t.alex   11/12/2011 4:17:06 AM
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Interesting to know lots of water involved in the process.

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