Yes. At our 150 sites in 59 countries around the world, we are taking action to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, energy and water withdrawal, and waste generation. By modeling sustainable operations, we also demonstrate our values in action and highlight industry-leading practices as an example to employees, customers, suppliers, visitors, and others.

HP supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We have existing programs that contribute to progress against 16 of the 17 goals and will continue to drive innovations that help achieve them. Our goals in HP Operations currently include:

  • Reduce Scope 1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions from global operations by 60% by 2025, compared to 20151
  • Reduce GHG emissions from HP-owned or leased auto fleet vehicles by 25% by 2035, compared to 2015
  • Use 100% renewable electricity in global operations by 2025
  • Reduce potable water withdrawal in global operations by 35% by 2025, compared to 2015
  • Reach zero waste in HP operations by 20252
  • Achieve a 100% electric vehicle (EV) company fleet by 2030.

See detailed information in the Operations section of the 2021 HP Sustainable Impact Report at:

1 Moving forward, this will be replaced by a new goal, which has been submitted to and is awaiting validation by SBTi. This will support our broader goal to achieve carbon-neutral HP operations by 2025.

2 Zero-waste operations: eliminate nonhazardous waste to landfill in all HP direct operations by 2025. Includes all HP-owned and -managed sites worldwide. Zero waste is defined by the UL or TRUE certification standards.