HP’s revelation is detailed in its latest corporate social responsibility report (PDF), which outlines its progress on many fronts. Last year, for example, the company exceeded its commitment to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of its product portfolio by 25 percent — it cut them by 33 percent compared with the 2010 baseline numbers.
Many notable achievements outlined in the update relate to HP’s multiyear commitment to embracing circular economy principles for design, production and end-of-life management of its products. The company’s Planet Partners program — started more than 25 years ago before Hewlett-Packard split in two to form HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise — has collected and reused more than 784 million ink and toner cartridges over its lifetime.
FULL STORY published July 9, 2018 via GreenBiz