1 Low VOC emissions. Emissions testing reports for VOCs based on EPA Method 25A available upon request. Consult local authorities regarding Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) regulations in your area.
2 The process of separating ink (or toner) from printed media. Effective de-inking ensures that a paper recycling process produces quality fiber in high yields.
3 Visit hp.com/recycle to see how to participate and for HP Planet Partners program availability.
4 Refers to HP A30 Water-Based Inks (and HP P36 Water-Based Priming Agent and HP A50 Water-Based Bonding Agent), and HP CV150 Water-Based Inks (and HP CV150 Water-Based Bonding Agent). HP Statement of Composition, 3rd party (Intertek) World-Wide Statement of Regulatory Listing and 3rd party (Swiss Quality Testing Services) General Statement of Migration and Organoleptic Assessment based on Representative Use Cases which include E-Flute packaging printed on external side. US terminology ‘packaging materials in direct contact with food’ analogous to ‘primary packaging’. Contact HP for additional information.
5 Media availability varies by region.
6 HP papers certified under FSC® C017543 or PEFC™ PEFC/29-31-198.
7 Based on internal HP testing of papers as light as 40 g/m².
8 Under UL 2801, referred to as CCD-040, an EcoLogo® standard, in Canada. For more information, visit ul.com/environment.
9 Print odor is rated on a scale of 0 (no perceptible odor) to 4 (strong odor). Print odor with HP HDR230 Scitex Inks at POP Production is rated 1-2 for prints produced in matte mode. Odor test results validated by internal HP testing.
10   Prints made with HP HDR230 Scitex Inks on Ekman GMWM130, 130 g/m2 coated media have been independently tested by Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS) and have been certified as having “Good Deinkability” according to the European Recovered Paper
   Council (ERPC 2009) Deinking Scorecard and INGEDE Method 11 (PTS Test Report No. 20874-2, May 2015). In addition, prints made with HP HDR230 Scitex Inks on PWell E-Flute corrugated board with Graph+ liner media have been independently tested by
   Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS) per the PTS-RH 21/97 method for recyclability and are considered “conditionally recyclable,” which can be effectively improved by dispersion (PTS Test Report No. 20874-1, May 2015).
11   GreenGuard Gold certification for Signage applications Under UL 2818. For specific certificate or additional information, visit ul.com/environment.