Our vision is to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere.
With each new generation of products, we are improving performance, using fewer resources, and increasing recyclability. From tablets to laptops to workstations, our personal systems provide power, security, durability, and efficiency. As the global leader in desktop and enterprise printing, we continue to redefine the marketplace. Our commercial and industrial graphics printing solutions are driving the analog-to-digital revolution, and our HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printing technology is changing how whole industries design, make, and distribute products.
From ultra-light notebooks to digital presses and 3D printers, HP’s product portfolio combines innovation, performance, craftsmanship — and sustainability.
We have continued to shift our HP personal systems toward more materials-efficient and energy-efficient products, including the launch of a new set of 2017 HP EliteDisplays that use approximately 85%1 PCR plastic. Since 2010, the energy consumption of HP personal systems products dropped by 43%, on average,2 and between 2011 and 2017, we reduced the annual energy consumption of HP EliteBooks by 52%.
Across our powerful printing portfolio, continuous innovation ensures that each new generation of printers uses materials efficiently and is more energy efficient than the last. We are rapidly increasing recycled plastic resin use in our printer fleet, using more than 1,100 tonnes of recycled plastic in 2017, more than triple the amount in 2016. We also completed or updated 60 printer life cycle assessments to inform sustainable design decisions.
We believe that HP’s 3D printing technology can not only drive a Fourth Industrial revolution, but also a sustainability revolution. Our 3D technology prints up to 10 times faster than current competitors and produces fully functional parts with greater accuracy and resiliency, while reducing cost, energy consumption, and waste. The HP Jet Fusion 3D Processing Station enables industry-leading surplus material reusability of 80%.