HP’s commitment to Sustainable Impact at PacPrint 2022
HP has become an industry leader in sustainable operations and driving innovation to reduce its carbon footprint and environmental impact. Across its Print business, HP has a sustainable end-to-end approach – from supply chain responsibility, manufacturing, product design and materials to product and print end of life.
HP has calculated the carbon emissions from its LargeFormat Printer booth at this year’s PacPrint and has committed to offsetting double the amount using high quality carbon credits in Australia.
HP’s Print for the Future stand will be responsible for 28,809kg of CO2-eq emissions. The business will counter this with a 58,618kg CO2-eq offset via one of Australia’s top climate projects, the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor. For more information on HP’s carbon offset program during PacPrint ’22, click HERE.
In Large Format Printer category:
Most of the HP DesignJet and HP Latex printers ENERGY STAR® compliant, meeting some of the strictest energy efficiency guidelines
Plastic ink cartridges are replaced with HP Eco-Carton Ink Cartridge that reduces plastic by over 80% and CO2e over 60%[i]
HP Supplies and Packaging is certified with the highest global certifications including UL ECOLOGO, UL GREENGAURD GOLD, ZDHC, toy safety and compatible eco-conscious media to connect to customers’ sustainability goals
All of HP’s Large Format inks are Up to 65% water. HP latex inks are designed to avoid the hazards associated with eco-solvent, UV, and UV-gel inks without trading off performance
HP large format prints are recyclable, returnable, non-hazardous and safe for disposal[ii]
In the Industrial category:
HP Indigo has, for decades, driven sustainability with innovation that minimizes waste, maximises efficiency and streamlines systems. All HP Indigo presses are manufactured carbon neutral and in less than a decade, HP Indigo has reduced over 170 million kilograms CO2-eq through offsetting projects, equating to around 6.8 million trees per year[iii]
HP Indigo presses are also compatible with a wide array of media options from FSC®-certified papers to biodegradable, compostable films which empowers customers to help reduce the adverse impact of their business on the environment
Every HP Indigo press maximises resource efficiency by reducing waste and saving energy. This, combined with Liquid Electrophotography (LEP) technology and ElectroInk, achieves maximum press productivity, reducing media waste and energy consumption through laser-sharp accuracy at the highest speeds
HP Indigo offers a circular business model where customers pay per print, which naturally integrates sustainability into each stage of the product lifecycle. The successful transformation into a circular business requires a considerable shift in capabilities and mindset. This is why HP Indigo is committed to working strategically with its partners, suppliers, print service providers and brands, towards a net-zero carbon and fully regenerative economy
HP Indigo is a proud member of leading forums and alliances that are driving progress towards a circular economy including the Circular Economy Forum, The Circular Economy for Flexible Packaging and 4evergreen
For more information on HP Indigo’s sustainability impact, visit HERE
As sustainable impact remains a significant priority for the entire HP business both locally and globally, it remains committed to leading from the front and demonstrating to its peers and competitors how to shift business operations and practices to benefit the planet.
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[i] C02e reduction based on moving from plastic ink cartridge to cardboard HP Eco-Carton ink cartridge, with annual manufacturing savings of 291 tons and transport savings of 8 tons. Equivalent to 1,194,028 km (741,935 miles) driven by an average passenger vehicle or over 38 million smartphones charged.
[ii] Most HP large-format paper-based printing materials can be recycled through commonly available recycling programs, or according to region-specific practices. See http://www.HPLFMedia.com/hp/ecosolutions for details. HP large format printing materials, both unprinted and printed with Original HP Latex Inks, are non-hazardous and safe for disposal. Contact your local waste management authority for local area-specific instructions.