HP announces first net carbon-neutral printers

The firm cut carbon emissions per printer by 7.3 tonnes a year and says the devices are constructed from 30% recycled plastic

HP has announced its first net carbon-neutral printer and plotters.

Aimed at meeting the printing needs of architects, engineers, constructors and subcontractors, the devices cut carbon emissions per printer by 7.3 tonnes a year and are constructed from 30% recycled plastic.

Guayente Sanmartín, Vice President and general manager, HP Large Format Printing Business. “Their use of recycled plastics and the introduction of our first net carbon-neutral large format printer underlines HP’s continued commitment to our planet.”

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