We are engineering the industry's most sustainable portfolio

of products and solutions.


Our goals and progress


Achieve zero deforestation associated with HP brand paper and paper-based product packaging by 2020.1


Plant 1M trees by 2020 to support Arbor Day Foundation and a forest-positive future.

Maintain zero deforestation for HP paper and paper-based packaging 14

Counteract deforestation for non-HP paper used in our products and print services by 2030.15


Achieved zero deforestation for 99% of HP brand paper and paper-based product packaging with the remaining 1% assessed to ensure reported fiber usage meets HP’s Sustainable Paper and Wood Policy.16

We planted 1 million trees in 2020 alone, supporting the 1 Trillion Trees initiative.

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.

Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.


Reduce HP product use GHG emissions intensity by 30% by 2025, compared to 2015. 2





33% decrease achieved through 2020.




Use 30% postconsumer recycled content plastic across HP’s personal systems and print product portfolio by 2025.3


Reach 75% circularity for products and packaging by 2030.13


11% achieved through 2020.



Will be reported in 2021 Sustainable Impact Report.


Recycle 1.2 million tonnes of hardware and supplies by 2025.



Recycled 642,300 tonnes through 2020.

Industry's most sustainable portfolio

We create our products and services following rigorous sustainable design principles, including our Elite c1030 Chromebook Enterprise, with a top lid made of 75% recycled aluminum.


We’ve achieved zero deforestation

associated with HP brand paper and

paper-based product packaging.

If we could get that number any lower we would.



We aim to deliver technology that improves lives and enables our customers to achieve more, with less environmental impact.

  • Personal systems

    World's most sustainable PC portfolio, with more EPEAT® Gold and Silver products in more countries than any other PC vendor* and 1st manufacturer to bring EPEAT® 2019 Gold and Silver products to market. 4


  • Home and office printing solutions

    8,720 tonnes of postconsumer recycled content plastic used in HP home and office printers and 8,680 tonnes used in HP ink and toner cartridges in 2020.


  • Large format printing

    We invest in innovation and technologies with each new generation to provide more sustainable end-to-end large format printing solutions. 


  • Industrial graphics

    HP continues innovating to extend our print solutions to even more applications, driving the analog-to-digital shift, and designing our products for upgradeability, repair, and refurbishment.


  • 3D printing

    Transforming how entire industries design, make, distribute, use, repair, and reuse products, and driving a more sustainable Fourth Industrial Revolution.

  • Security & privacy

    HP produces the world’s most secure and manageable PCs and workstations.5


Feature products and solutions

From high energy efficiency to using recycled plastics, we’re engineering the industry's most sustainable portfolio.

HP Instant Ink

Helps home users and microbusinesses in 18 countries remain productive by ensuring they never run out of ink.6



HP Pavilion

Ocean-bound plastics in the construction of the laptop speaker housing upcycles over 92K bottles annually.10


HP Tango Terra

The world’s most sustainable home printing system.7 Made with more than 30% recycled content by weight of plastic. Certified CarbonNeutral.8


HP DesignJet Studio

The first net carbon neutral HP DesignJet plotter17


HP Renew Accessories

Our HP Renew tote is made with 85% recycled material.


HP Elite Dragonfly

The world’s first notebook made with ocean-bound plastic,11 EPEAT® certified, recognized in the CES Innovation Awards 2020.


of single-use plastic in packaging eliminated by 2025.12

We are tackling the single-use plastic problem. Join us as we create a better tomorrow.


Sustainable IT Purchasing Guide

Resources to enable buying with sustainable impact in mind.



Top Recommended Procurement Criteria

Designed to enable sustainable purchasing for supplies, personal systems, and print solutions.



HP Materials Strategy

HP is reinventing how products are designed, manufactured, used, and recovered as we shift our business model and operations toward a materials-and energy-efficient circular economy. 



HP Materials and Chemical Management

As part of our commitment to environmental leadership, we are dedicated to reducing the environmental and human health impacts of materials and chemicals throughout our supply chain.



HP Green Chemistry Timeline

For more than two decades, HP has worked to shift the electronics industry away from chemicals of concern to less hazardous alternatives.



HP General Specification for the Environment

Defines HP's global product environmental requirements that include substances and materials restrictions; substance disclosures; packaging and labeling; product labeling, user documentation, declarations, registration, and product performance requirements.



SDS and Battery Test Summaries

SDS documents contain safety information about materials such as physical, chemical, and toxicological properties, regulatory information, and recommendations to ensure safe handling. 


Qualifications that recognize our design and technological innovations

Includes ENERGY STAR®, EPEAT, Blue Angel, ISO 14001.

Frequently asked questions



* Applies to HP PCs, Workstations, and Displays manufactured after January 2019. Based on most Gold and Silver EPEAT® registrations by meeting all required criteria and achieving 50-74% of the optional points for EPEAT® Silver and 75-100% of the optional points for EPEAT® Gold according to IEEE 1680.1-2018 EPEAT®. Status varies by country. Visit for more information.

  1. All HP brand paper and paper-based product packaging will be derived from certified and recycled sources by 2020, with a preference for virgin fiber from certified sources of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Packaging is the box that comes with the product and all paper (including packaging and materials) inside the box. 
  2. Product use GHG emissions intensity describes the performance of our portfolio, taking into account changes to product mix and business growth. HP Product use GHG emissions intensity measures per unit GHG emissions during anticipated product lifetime use. These values are then weighted by contribution of personal systems and printing products to overall revenue. These emissions represent more than 99% of HP product units shipped each year, including notebooks, tablets, desktops, mobile computing devices, workstations, displays, and digital signage; HP inkjet, LaserJet, DesignJet, Indigo, Scitex, and Jet Fusion 3D printers; and scanners. 
  3. Recycled content plastic (RCP) as a percentage of total plastic used in all HP personal systems, printer hardware, and print cartridges shipped during the reporting year. Total volume excludes brand-licensed products and after-market hardware accessories. Total RCP includes postconsumer recycled plastic, closed-loop plastic, and ocean-bound plastic used in HP products. Personal systems plastic is defined by EPEAT® eco-label criteria. Subject to relevant restrictions on the use and distribution of materials destined for recycling and/or recycled feedstocks. 
  4. 32 Gold, 280 Silver EPEAT®-registered HP Personal Systems products in 19 countries, as of October 2019. 
  5. “World’s most secure and manageable PC” claim is based on HP’s unique and comprehensive security capabilities at no additional cost and HP’s Manageability Integration Kit’s management of every aspect of a PC including hardware, BIOS and software management using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager among vendors with 1M annual unit sales as of November 2016 on HP Elite PCs with 7th generation and higher Intel® Processors, Intel® integrated graphics, and Intel® WLAN.
  6. Based on plan usage, Internet connection to eligible HP printer, valid credit/debit card, email address, and delivery service in your geographic area. Number of countries is as of February 2020. 
  7. Compared to the majority of in-class A4 home color and mono inkjet cartridge and ink tank printers and all-in-ones <$430 USD. Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab September 2019 research study commissioned by HP, based on research survey of printer manufacturers’ published specifications, documentation and press releases as of 09/01/2019 and not confirmed by lab testing. Market share as reported by IDC Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker - Final Historical 2019Q2. Sustainable printing system defined by: zero carbon impact, carbon offset included (HP offsets the carbon impact of HP Tango Terra manufacturing and transportation, electricity use, paper and Original OEM cartridge consumption), 40% recycled content packaging, 100% curbside recyclable packaging, and EPEAT Gold ecolabel. For details see:
  8. Tango Terra is certified as CarbonNeutral in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol -
  9. Carbon footprint reduction calculated based on: Aluminum machined part carbon footprint 19.7 kg CO2e; HP Multi Jet Fusion technology carbon footprint 0.97 kg CO2e. Weight reduction calculated based on: Aluminum machined part 355g. HP Multi Jet Fusion technology part 23g.
  10. Based on HP’s internal analysis as of 09/22/20. 92k recycled plastic bottles consumed, based on HP’s projected shipment volumes of Pavilion clamshell PC products annually. 5% ocean bound plastic material in product speaker enclosures. Calculation based on  grams per product (using 12.7 grams per 16.9 ounce “single serve” bottled water container) multiplied by projected shipment volumes/ 12.7 grams.
  11. Based on HP's internal analysis as of August 2019. Notebook speaker enclosure component made with 5% ocean-bound plastic as of August 2019. 
  12. Compared to 2018. Calculated as the percentage of primary plastic packaging (by weight) reduced per unit shipped. Excludes secondary and tertiary packaging components. Includes HP personal systems and printer hardware packaging. Does not include packaging for the following: Graphics Solutions Business (GSB) hardware other than PageWide XL and DesignJet printers; 3D printing hardware; print supplies; refurbished products; and accessories such as third-party options, drop in box, and aftermarket options
  13. Percentage of HP’s total annual product and packaging content, by weight, that will come from recycled and renewable materials and reused products and parts by 2030.
  14. HP brand paper and paper-based product packaging are derived from certified and recycled sources, with a preference for Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certification. Packaging is the box that comes with the product and all paper (including packaging and materials) inside the box.
  15. Fiber by weight will be 1) certified to rigorous third-party standards, 2) recycled or 3) balanced by forest restoration, protection, and other initiatives through HP’s Forest Positive Framework. Paper does not include fiber-based substrates for HP industrial presses not listed in HP Media Solutions Locator catalogues.
  16. As of December 2020, 99% of HP brand paper and paper-based product packaging was derived from certified or recycled sources. Packaging is the box that comes with the product and all paper-based materials inside the box. Packaging for commercial, industrial, and 3D products, scanners, personal systems accessories, and spare parts are not included.
  17. HP is reducing the carbon footprint of printing through carbon reduction initiatives such as energy efficiency, reduced packaging, and use of recycled plastics. The HP DesignJet Studio Printer is the first HP DesignJet where HP has offset the remaining carbon impact due to raw material extraction and processing, printer manufacturing and transportation, as well as electricity, paper, and cartridge use in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol.