Awards and Recognition

We are proud to be recognized as an environmental leader in Canada.

Awards and recognition

Global Environmental Recognition

HP's progress in environmental programs has earned it positive recognition with many highly respected parties worldwide. Click each award to learn more.
HP listed on CDP's performance indices
HP named to “Climate A List” in CDP 2015 Global Climate Change Report, S&P 500 Climate Disclosure Leadership Index, and 2015 Supplier Performance Index.
HP listed on Dow Jones Sustainability World Index
HP listed on both Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America Index for 2011 – 2015.
HP has been on the FTSE4Good Index since 2003
HP has been on the FTSE4Good Index since 2003.
HP named winner in Collaboration category for efforts in creating East Africa Compliant Recycling (EACR) Center
HP named winner in Collaboration category for efforts in creating East Africa Compliant Recycling (EACR) Center.
HP has received the SmartWay Excellence Award for the fourth time.

Canadian Environmental Recognition and Programs

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HP Canada named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers in 2016 for the 9th year in a row and the only PC company on the list
HP Canada named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers in 2016 for the 9th year in a row and the only PC company on the list.
Award for ecological landscaping at our Canada HQ in Mississauga, Ontario
HP Canada received a jade level award for ecological landscaping at our Canadian headquarters in Mississauga, Ontario.
2015 - Canadian Printing Awards…most progressive company
In 2015 HP Canada won in Most Environmentally Progressive Technology Company at the Canadian Printing Awards.
HP’s “closed loop” plastic recycling program recognized as one of Canada’s top 15 projects by the Clean 50
"Spring Things" program joint project with the World Wildlife Fund recognized as one of Canada's top 15 projects by the Clean 50.
Clean 16 – Frances Edmonds & Lloyd  Bryant leaders in clean capitalism in the communication and IT industry
Frances Edmonds and Lloyd Bryant recognized as leaders in clean capitalism in the communication and IT industry.