ISO 14024:1999 is aguidance standard regarding Environmental labels and declarations (Type I). There is no certificate of compliance to this standard.

"Type I environmental labelling" is defined by ISO officials, as: "a voluntary,multiple-criteria based, third party program that awards a license which authorizes the use of environmental labels on products indicating overall environmental preferability of a product within a particular product category based on life cycle considerations."

HP products that meet voluntary standards of eco-labeling and certification programs can be found at the ENERGY STAR and Eco Labels site (http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/globalcitizenship/environment/products/ecolabels.html).


ISO 14021:1999 is a guidance standard regarding Environmental labels and declarations (Type II environmental labelling - Self-declared environmental claims ).

 

In accordance with this standard, HP has issued several thousand product IT ECO Declarations, participated in the ECMA working group that made IT ECO Declarations an international standard in 2006, and led the project to broaden the standard to include print supplies.

To obtain IT ECO Declarations for HP products, see the ECO Declarations site (http://www.hp.com/go/ted).