Environment & Sustainability
Advanced Energy’s Corporate Environmental Policy
Advanced Energy is committed to protecting the environment affected by our operations, products, and services. In support of this commitment, we will comply with applicable environmental laws and regulations; reduce pollution; measure and continually improve our environmental performance; and conserve natural resources, including materials, energy, and water.
We will meet these objectives by:
- Engaging our employees and contractors;
- Considering and working to minimize the environmental risks associated with our material choices, operating practices, and our customers’ use of our products;
- Developing safe and efficient products; and
- Working collaboratively with our customers, suppliers, and the communities where we operate.
We will fully integrate environmental stewardship into our business processes and management systems, and enable our customers to do the same, as we pursue sustainability leadership in the industries we serve.
Safety Data Sheets
- Solaron Coolant SDS
- GeoSafe Geothermal Fluid SDS
- Strontium Ferrite Magnetized Material Ovation 35162 Circulator
Conflict Minerals Reports
Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
Advanced Energy is committed to conducting our business in an ethical and responsible manner and we are proud of the steps we have taken to ensure that our corporate activities and supply chains are free from slavery and human trafficking.
A critical part of AE’s environmental strategy is how we work with our supply chain. Communicating clear standards is essential for effectively managing these important relationships. The Restricted Materials and Environmental Compliance Requirements Manual (RM0042) is AE’s environmental standard for suppliers. Compliance is verified through supplier certification and Advanced Energy audits.
The EU Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 entered into force on June 1, 2007, and will be fully implemented over an 11-year period. It seeks to manage the risks posed by chemicals and provide appropriate safety information to their users. AE supports the REACH objective of ensuring “protection of human health and the environment as well as the free movement of [goods]” and works with our supply chain to meet our obligations under the regulation.
REACH treats articles (objects, such as electronic equipment) differently than chemicals and chemical mixtures. AE manufactures articles with no intended release of REACH-regulated substances. Additionally, no regulated substance in articles produced or imported by AE exceeds the regulatory threshold of one tonne per year. As such, AE’s primary obligation under REACH is communication of information about regulated substances in our products to users, in accordance with Article 33 of the regulation.