No. Nordic Swan and Blue Angel eco-labels are specifically aimed at remanufactured and refilled toner cartridges. Therefore, manufacturers of original supplies cannot currently obtain these eco-labels. HP toner cartridges meet the absolute majority of the embedded criteria of these eco-labeling systems, except for the “75% reused material content” requirement. HP does not offer remanufactured print cartridges because they do not meet our quality and reliability standards. Alternatively, the HP Planet Partners Program for recycling collects HP print cartridges to recover raw materials or energy. No cartridges returned through this program end up in landfill.


Instead, HP supports the Eco Declaration, launched in 1996, which in 2006 became an International ECMA-370 standard. In 2006, HP led the project to broaden the scope to include print supplies. All criteria found in the following eco-labels for remanufactured toner cartridges have been included in the Eco Declaration for print supplies.

  • German Blue Angel
  • Nordic Swan
  • Japanese Eco Mark
  • Taiwan Green Label
  • Korean eco-label

Additional criteria not covered by the above listed eco-labels have also been included, particularly related to the avoidance of certain chemical substances. The supplies IT ECO Declaration has also been designed for use with ink cartridges, which the above listed eco-labels do not cover.


Ink cartridge recycled content statement

http://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/getpdf.aspx/4AA6-4523ENUC.pdf?ver=3.0


Toner cartridge recycled content statement

http://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/getpdf.aspx/4AA5-4602ENUC.pdf?ver=2.0


For HP Imaging Equipment which carries the Blue Angel eco-label, the chemical emissions requirement is only met if original HP printer cartridges are used. For HP Blue Angel eco-labeled products, see www.hp.com/go/sustainability_ecolabels.


To view relevant IT ECO Declarations, see http://www.hp.com/go/ted.