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How Ambitious Sustainable Projects Drove More Than $900 Million of New Revenue for HP Which Has Set Targets to Reduce Plastic Waste

Company aims to increase recycled plastic in its personal systems and print hardware and supplies to 30 per cent by 2025
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By Sian Bayley

Reducing plastic waste is beneficial to business, according to the managing director of tech company, HP.

And the company claim sustainable impact projects drove more than $900 million of new revenue last year.

George Brasher, managing director HP UK and Ireland said: “If you’ve got customers that demand it and employees that demand it, it’s going to happen […] if customers are willing to reward us or any other company with business, I can tell you businesses will go towards it.

Dell Recovered 2 Billion Pounds of Used Electronics

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Today is Global Recycling Day, a time for us all to step up our individual recycling efforts and to press our business, community and government leaders to expand their recycling infrastructure.

HP Links $700 Million in Revenue to Sustainability Strategy

by Heather Clancy, Editorial Director, GreenBiz
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It’s getting simpler for HP Inc.’s chief sustainability and social impact officer Nate Hurst to justify his strategy to his CFO. He lets the numbers do the talking.

Like this compelling data point: In 2017, HP calculates that at least $700 million in new revenue was related to contracts or sales in which sustainability factors were a known consideration.

Pioneering the Use of Closed-Loop Recycled Gold in Our Products

Dell expands its closed-loop recycling program from plastics to now include precious metals, keeping these valuable materials out of landfills and in the economy.
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The world’s middle class is projected to grow from today’s population of more than 3 billion to over 5 billion by 2030. While moving families out of poverty is a boon to their health and prosperity, increased demand for consumer goods threatens to strain our world’s natural resources.

HP VIDEO | Meet Homeboy Electronics Recycling

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Homeboy Electronics Recycling is an innovative company that provides e-waste solutions while also creating job opportunities to the formerly incarcerated who traditionally face barriers to employment. Committed to the cause of sustainability, HP is proud to call Homeboy Recycling a partner.

Read more about Homeboy Recycling and HP's efforts at https://www.hp.com/homeboy.

Recycling Electronics While Rebuilding Lives

L.A.'s Homeboy Electronics Recycling is helping HP support local communities as it expands its pioneering closed-loop recycling system.
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Exactly one year ago, Donnie Holland’s life changed completely.  

After 20 years in prison and months of moving from one dreary job to another in Los Angeles, Holland got a tip to try interviewing at Homeboy Electronics Recycling. Now, as he heads out every day to companies to pick up old computers, printers and phones to recycle, Holland is proud to be the face of Homeboy and the good work it’s doing.  

HP Inc. Survey Reveals Sustainability Tops List of Incentives for Office Workers

New survey among U.S., Mexico and Brazil employees reveal a growing demand for resources and education to build sustainable workplaces
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  • When office workers in Brazil and Mexico look at how important certain aspects of a job are, they rate sustainability as the most important employer offering, alongside technology available in the office.
  • Office workers report high levels of participation in sustainability efforts such as turning off lights to save energy, recycling, and taking alternative transportation to work.
  • They also want to do more – employees look to their employers to provide resources and training to advance sustainable practices.
  • There’s big opportunity around printing as an environmentally-friendly technology; most employees view printing as having a negative impact on the environment.
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News highlights:

  • When office workers in Brazil and Mexico look at how important certain aspects of a job are, they rate sustainability as the most important employer offering, alongside technology available in the office.
  • Office workers report high levels of participation in sustainability efforts such as turning off lights to save energy, recycling, and taking alternative transportation to work.
  • They also want to do more – employees look to their employers to provide resources and training to advance sustainable practices.
  • There’s big opportunity around printing as an environmentally-friendly technology; most employees view printing as having a negative impact on the environment.

Avnet's Supply Chain Navigator Interview with Stuart Pann, Chief Supply Chain Officer, HP Inc.

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SCN: It’s been about two and a half years since the HP separation. What can you tell us about who HP Inc. is today and what it took to get the company to this point?

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