HP Deskjet 3050 All-in-One printer
This ENERGY STAR® qualified all-in-one not only reduces the number of devices businesses and individuals need—it’s made with up to 35% recycled plastic. This helps to reduce demand for fossil fuels and the energy expended in extraction, transport, and processing of virgin plastic.
Businesses and individuals can recycle or reuse 99% of the HP Deskjet 3050 All-in-One’s packaging—including a reusable bag.1 And, it uses Original HP ink cartridges that contain 70% recycled content.2
When in sleep mode, the HP Deskjet 3050 All-in-One uses an amount of energy comparable to powering a clock radio. In fact, HP has performed an analysis and concluded that if all ink printers sold in 2005, including those from HP and all other printer manufacturers, were recycled and refreshed with the HP Deskjet 3050, customers could collectively save more than $688 million USD in one year.2
- 1 Some small pieces of tape are not recyclable.
- 2 Percentage of recycled material is based on empty weight.
- 3 Estimations of the energy consumption of 2005 products were done by using worldwide IDC shipped volumes, HP products, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® program ( www.energystar.gov) product averages, and the typical energy consumption (TEC) method. The energy costs are based on U.S. Department of Energy data ( www.eia.doe.gov), and actual results may vary.