Recorded first charitable donation: $5 to local charities.
Citizenship objective established by William Hewlett and David Packard.
Established HP Core Values.
Launched HP Standards of Business Conduct.
Founded The Hewlett-Packard Company Foundation.
Launched product recycling internally.
Started HP Planet Partners LaserJet toner cartridge return and recycling program.
Launched Design for Environment program.
Published first environmental report.
Launched HP Planet Partners ink cartridge return and recycling program.
First online privacy statement published.
Accessibility Policy published.
E-inclusion program launched.
First combined HP Social and Environmental Responsibility Report published.
Supply Chain Code of Conduct released.
HP recycled plastic included in first hardware product.
Global Citizenship Policy and Human Rights and Labor Policy adopted.
Disclosed a comprehensive list of HP suppliers.
Introduced comprehensive climate change strategy.
Reported Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for largest suppliers representing more than 80% of the company’s costs for the materials, manufacturing and assembly of its products worldwide.
Launched HP Environmentally Preferable Paper Policy.
Launched the HP “closed loop” ink cartridge recycling process, which combines recycled HP ink cartridge material with recycled plastic bottles to create new Original HP ink cartridges.
Reduced GHG emissions from operations 10% in absolute terms from 2008 to 2009.
Launched HP Compaq 8000f Elite Business Desktop PC, the first Windows-based desktop PC in the industry to be free of brominated flame retardants (BFRs) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from the wall to the mouse for every configuration sold.3
Reached a milestone by producing 1 billion HP ink cartridges containing post-consumer recycled plastic.2
Opened our Wynyard, UK, data center, which features innovations that make it 40% more energy efficient than the industry average and save up to $4 million USD a year.
Achieved a 50% reduction in energy consumption of our products by the end of 2011 compared with 2005 levels-exceeding our original goal of a 40% reduction.1
Reached more than 2 billion pounds of electronic products and supplies recycled since 1987.
Reduced greenhouse gas emissions from operations 20% between 2005 and 2011, meeting our 2013 goal two years early.
Deployed first eHealth Center initiative to bring 21st century healthcare to patients in remote areas.
Collected and reported water consumption of suppliers for the first time.
Doubled employee volunteer hours, with more than 1.4 million hours donated to volunteer projects.
Adopted HP Living Progress as the framework for thinking about how we do business.
Published our first complete carbon footprint, among the first companies globally to disclose this level of information and helping earn us a top 12 spot in CDP Global 500 Climate Change Report 2013 — receiving 99 out of a possible 100 points for the CDP Disclosure Score, and the highest CDP Performance Band A.
Launched HP Earth Insights, in collaboration with Conservation International, creating a unique early warning system for endangered species using the power of our big data solutions.
Unveiled world’s first commercially available HP Moonshot system, which is expected to use up to 89% less energy than anything else on the market.
Published our complete water footprint.
1 The average energy consumption of HP products is estimated using high-volume product lines representative of the overall shipped product volume. Energy consumption has been estimated in 2005 and annually since. The high-volume product lines include notebook and desktop computers, inkjet and LaserJet printers, and industry-standard servers.
2 As of September 2010. Many Original HP ink cartridges with recycled content include at least 50% recycled plastic by weight. Exact percentage of recycled plastic varies by model over time, based on the availability of the material.
3 HP Compaq 8000f Elite USDT Business PC is brominated flame retardant and polyvinyl chloride-free (BFR/PVC-free), meeting the evolving definition of 'BFR/PVC-free' as set forth in the "iNEMI Position Statement on the 'Definition of Low-Halogen' Electronics (BFR/CFR/PVC-Free)'". Plastic parts contain < 1000 ppm (0.1%) of bromine [if the Br source is from BFRs] and < 1000 ppm (0.1%) of chlorine [if the Cl source is from CFRs or PVC or PVC copolymers]. All printed circuit board (PCB) and substrate laminates contain bromine/chlorine total < 1500 ppm (.15%) with a maximum chlorine of 900 ppm (.09%) and maximum bromine being 900 ppm (.09%).