Improving the environmental performance of
our customers, operations, and supply chain.
HP publishes a recycling vendor list to promote transparency and progress in raising social and environmental standards in the electronics industry supply chain.
Hardware recycling standard
HP has developed a standard for management of hardware at the end of its useful life to ensure hardware is responsibly recycled or recovered.
Hardware recycling standard (PDF)
Hardware reuse standard
HP has developed a standard for management of hardware at the end of its useful life to ensure hardware is responsibly reused. Hardware reuse standard (PDF)
Product disassembly instructions
Disassembly instructions are provided to electronics recyclers for HP products. Product disassembly information
If you are an HP customer and want to recycle your computer hardware or HP printing supplies, go to HP's Planet Partners™ Recycling Program
Country recycling volumes in support of IEEE 1680.2 criterion 18.104.22.168 are listed below.
|Voluntary||1,375,373 KGs||0||877,675 KGs||1,017,824 KGs|
|Under mandated collection program||0||2,601,776 KGs||3,425,787 KGS||3,840,660 KGs|
|Total||1,375,373 KGs||2,601,776 KGs||4,303,462 KGs||4,858,484 KGs|
|Voluntary||641,228 KGs||558,195 KGs||463,668 KGs||407,214 KGs|
|Under mandated collection program||12,783,000 KGs||12,575,000 KGs||15,175,000 KGs||11,284,000 KGs|
|Total||13,424,228 KGs||13,133,195 KGs||15,638,668 KGs||11,691,214 KGs|
|Voluntary||26,564,100 LBs||22,618,819 LBs||21,372,017 LBs||16,969,885 LBs|
|Under mandated collection program||40,787,368 LBs||73,006,369 LBs||64,531,606 LBs||70,887,984 LBs|
|Total||67,351,468 LBs||95,625,188 LBs||85,903,623 LBs||87,857,869 LBs|
Strengthening communities and the sustainable development of society at large
Acting with integrity and respect for human rights around the world
All figures contained on this page are reflective of Hewlett-Packard Company prior to the company’s November 1, 2015 separation. HP Inc. metrics will be introduced to the site on an on-going basis as they become available.
1. As of November 1, 2015.
2. Hourly rate based on type of volunteering: $150/hour for board, service corp, pro bono, and skills based; $23.07/hour for hands-on and undetermined, adjusted using World Bank data for purchasing power differences across countries.