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RE: CO2 and semiconductors -Reply


To respond to the question: Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC)
operates the NDCEE program. Look at http://www.ndcee.ctc.com/  the point
of contact for this activity is Cristina Bressler 814-269-2863 or
mailto:bressler@ctc.com.  We are located in Johnstown, PA and have
offices across the country.

Denis Dionne       dionne@ctc.com
Concurrent Technologies Corp.   http://www.ctc.com
1450 Scalp Ave, Johnstown, PA, 15904
(814) 269-2739  Fax: (814) 269-6218

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Donna Toy- Chen [SMTP:DCHEN@EAD.CI.LA.CA.US]
> Sent:	Tuesday, February 03, 1998 6:10 PM
> To:	p2tech@great-lakes.net
> Subject:	CO2 and semiconductors -Reply
> I understand there is an organization called the Advanced
> Cleaning Center by the National  Defense Center for
> Environmental Excellence (NDCEE).  The NDCEE is funded by
> the DoD and has been mandated by Congress to demonstrate,
> validate, and  transfer feasible technology to DoD and industrial
> manufacturing operations.  The organization was exploring
> supercritical CO2 precision cleaning systems around 1994. 
> They may have demonstration projects information for you.   I'm
> not sure where they are located, maybe in PA.  Perhaps
> someone on the listserve will know more about it.  
> >>> Judith Jordan <jjordan@delmep.org> 02/03/98 12:20pm
> >>>
> Fellow P2 Techers,
> I scanned the P2 tech archives but didn't see anything that
> addressed my
> question. Is anyone aware of any demonstration projects or
> actual
> implementation of supercritical fluid use in the electronics
> industry
> for use as a semiconductor cleaning agent.  Any tips would be
> appreciated.
> Judy Jordan
> Delaware Manufacturing Alliance
> (302) 452-2527
> jjordan@delmep.org