Improving the environmental performance of
our customers, operations, and supply chain.
HP produces low-carbon solutions and energy-efficient products, using safer materials and greener packaging to lower our customers’ environmental footprints.
Our design leadership and technical innovations in reducing the environmental impact of technology have been widely recognized.
Using our innovative HP PageWide Technology, HP PageWide Enterprise and Pro printers are the industry's most energy-efficient business printers in their classes.Learn more
As the world’s first production-ready commercial 3D printing system, the HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution will create the highest quality physical parts up to 10x faster and at half the cost of current 3D print systems, while reducing waste, inventory and warehouses.Learn more
HP Auto-On/Auto-Off Technology helps users save energy and money by automatically turning the printer on when they need it and off when they don't. HP Instant-on Technology helps save additional time and energy.Learn more
The HP LaserJet Pro P1102 Printer is the world's most energy-efficient laser printer.Learn more
HP Indigo digital presses enable you to print exactly what you need, when and where you need it. This is in contrast to analog printing, which encourages overproduction, resulting in large volumes of marketing collateral, books, and labels being wasted.Learn more
Save paper and ink with HP Smart Print, a free application that lets you print only the web content you need.Learn more
With more than 10% post-consumer recycled plastic, the EliteBook Revolve 810 notebooks employ innovative design with the environment in mind.Learn more
HP’s Z440 and Z840 workstations are ENERGY STAR ® certified and EPEAT gold and employ new cooling technology with great environmental benefits.Learn more
Strengthening communities and the sustainable development of society at large
Acting with integrity and respect for human rights around the world
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