|2011||Establish an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) technical committee working group for a commercial printing carbon footprint standard.
Progress: HP participated in the working group; the proposed standard will be up for a vote during 2012.
|Conduct life cycle assessments (LCAs) on numerous products across our imaging and printing portfolio.
Progress: HP completed 32 LCAs on HP LaserJet products as well as an LCA comparing a digital photo album with an album of printed photos.
|Conduct pilot studies and training of the Product Environment Metrics tool for HP large-format, commercial, and industrial printing solutions.
Progress: HP completed the training, but conducted no pilot studies due to changing project priorities.
|Communicate life cycle assessment carbon footprint methodology or Product Attribute to Impact Algorithm (PAIA) results for notebooks.
Progress: HP collaborated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to create a draft PAIA tool for notebooks. We will release the PAIA tool once pertinent component data has been vetted, and anticipate publishing PCF values for new notebooks beginning in 2012.
|2012||Calculate and disclose PCF values using the PAIA tool for new HP notebook, desktop, and
|Complete life cycle assessments on 20 additional HP LaserJet printers, one HP scanner, and one book vs. e-reader.|
|Work with competitors to establish product category rules for printers.|