Designing for


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From high energy efficiency to recycled plastics, we’re using circular design to create one of the industry's most sustainable portfolios.

HP ENVY Inspire with HP+

Over 45% recycled plastic.1 With HP+, we protect or restore forests for every page printed.2


HP Pavilion

Made with ocean-bound plastics.


Instant Ink

Saves you on ink, and the world on gas miles and packaging.


HP Smart Tank 7600 Series

Designed to reduce GHG emissions from the printing experience, with the lowest carbon footprint of any of our home and office printing solutions.3


HP Elite Desktops and All-in-One

Ocean-bound plastics in the speaker enclosure.4, ENERGY STAR® certified and EPEAT® registered in 19 countries.5


HP Elite

The world’s first notebook made with ocean-bound plastic.


Z by HP Workstation Desktops

Ocean-bound plastics in the fans.6


HP Renew Accessories

Our HP Renew tote is made
with 100% recycled material.


HP LaserJet Tank 2600 Series

Industry’s first Laser Tank printer7. The HP Laser Tank Toner Reload Kit can save up to 90% waste.8


Creating more circular technology

We aim to create technology that improves lives and helps people to achieve more, while using circular design to minimize the impacts on our planet.

  • Personal systems

    World's most sustainable PC portfolio, with EPEAT® registered and more Energy Star qualified products than any other manufacturer.9


  • Home & Office printers

    Adhering  to eco-label standards for extending product life and material conservation.


  • 3D Printing

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


  • Large format printing

    First printing manufacturer with UL ECOLOGO®-certified ink achieving GREENGUARD Gold certification.


  • Industrial graphics

    Technology driving the analog-to-digital shift by enabling cost-efficiency, through customized and quicker-to-market products.


  • Security & Privacy

    Following security-by-design and privacy-by-design principles, including Zero Trust principles, in the development of our products.


How we use less plastic

Our goal is to eliminate 75% of single-use plastic packaging by 2025. Last year, we managed a 44% reduction compared to 2018—a further 25% reduction since 2020. Here’s how.

More recycling

We’re recycling more, and we’re using more recycled content.

Less packaging

44% reduction in single-use plastic packaging compared to 2018—a further 25% reduction since 2020.

Packaging innovation

Improved design and process for molded fiber packaging with our 3D printing technology, and shipped more than 150,000 HP product units using molded fiber.

We’re using recycled

HP Pavilion Plus 14" Laptop PC. Our 1st full-metal cover from recycled aluminum10, saving about 729 tons of CO2 emissions11


Our goals and progress

The goal:

Zero Deforestation

Continue to source only sustainable fiber for all HP brand paper and paper-based packaging for home and office printers and supplies, PCs, and displays.12

Where we’re at:


Since 2020, all HP brand paper and paper-based packaging for home and office printers and supplies, PCs, and displays have been derived from recycled or certified sources.13

The goal:


Achieve 75% circularity for HP products and packaging by 203014

Where we’re at:


Circular by weight.15

The goal:

Recycle content

Use 30% recycled plastic across HP’s personal systems and print products by 202516

Where we’re at:


Achieved through 2021

The goal:

Reduce emissions

Reduce HP product use GHG emissions intensity by 30% by 2025, compared to 201517

Where we’re at:


Decrease achieved through 2021, compared to 2015

Footnotes and disclaimers

  1. Post-consumer recycled is based on the definition set in the EPEAT standard for imaging equipment, IEEE 1680.2, and is expressed as precent of total weight of plastic.
  2. Forest First - HP works collaboratively with our partners including WWF and Arbor Day Foundation to manage, restore, and protect forests in many countries around the world. With HP+, every print - regardless of paper brand – is addressed through HP’s Forest Positive Framework to counteract risks of deforestation. HP brand paper is sourced only from certified responsibly managed forests or from recycled content. For other brands of paper, HP invests in forest restoration, protection or management projects in key regions sufficient to balance any paper used by HP+ customers that may not have been responsibly sourced. To learn more visit
  3. From the SIR Report
  4. PC speaker enclosure made with 5% ocean-bound plastic.
  5. Based on US EPEAT® registration according to IEEE 1680.1-2018 EPEAT®. EPEAT® status varies by country. Visit  for more information.
  6. Z2 G5, G8 and G9 fans, and Z4, Z6 and Z8 G4 fans made with 25% ocean-bound plastic by weight.
  7. HP press release.
  8. HP calculation based on aftermarket supplies waste consumption with HP LaserJet M208, M209, M211 and MFP M232, M233, M234, M236 printers using HP Black Original LaserJet toner cartridge 134A/X, 135A/X, 136A/X and 137A/X.
  9. As of October 31, 2021.
  10. Laptops manufactured with recycled metal material in product cover. Percentage of recycled metal varies by product.
  11. Based on HP's internal analysis. Saving about 729 tons of CO2 emissions. Production waste from post industry recycle process. Calculations based on HP Pavilion Plus 14 projected product life cycle volume and carbon dioxide emission savings. CO2 savings calculation based on comparing amount of virgin aluminum vs. recycled aluminum contained in product top cover, keyboard deck, bottom cover with recycled aluminum. Percentage of recycled metal varies by product. 
  12. HP brand paper and paper-based packaging for home and office printers and supplies, PCs, and displays 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-based materials inside the box.
  13. All HP brand paper is derived from certified sources; paper-based packaging for PCs, displays, home and office print, and supplies is reported by suppliers as recycled or certified with a minimum of 97% by volume verified by HP. 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 is not included.
  14. 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.
  15. Percentage of HP’s total annual product and packaging content, by weight, that comes from recycled and renewable materials and reused products and parts. 2021 data does not include the following products or packaging for these products: PageWide Industrial and 3D printing products; or personal systems accessories and print accessories sold separately.
  16. 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. 
  17. 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 in the current year. These emissions represent more than 99% of HP product units shipped each year, including notebooks, tablets, desktops, mobile computing devices, workstations, and displays; HP inkjet, LaserJet, DesignJet, Indigo, Scitex, and Jet Fusion 3D printers; and scanners. Although HP updated its calculation methodology in 2020 for printing-related product-use-phase GHG emissions, we continue to calculate this metric using the original methodology for comparability with past years.