General

Do you have a recycling program in place?
HP offers a range of programs, initiatives, and services designed to keep products and materials in use at their highest value for as long as possible, driv...
Is HP recycling available worldwide?
HP is committed to reducing the resources required to make and use our products. Beyond design, this includes offering robust repair, reuse, and recycling p...
Do you use approved recycling vendors?
Our specialized reuse and recycling vendors are required to follow specific processing techniques and to comply fully with relevant regulations. HP prefers ...
What is HP’s position on exporting e-waste from developed to developing countries?
HP does not allow e-waste to be exported from developed countries (Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development and European Union) to developing ...
What is the WEEE directive?
The WEEE directive is a producer responsibility law which requires producers like HP to take back and recycle their end of life products. Its primary object...
How does HP comply with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive?
HP fulfils all legal requirements resulting from the transposition of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive in member states’ legi...
Does HP offer a product take-back service?
Yes. HP has extensive recycling programs for printer supplies and computer hardware. We accept any HP or non-HP brands of personal/office equipment or perip...
Does HP Standard meet the STeP criteria?
Please note that HP Standard meets most of the STeP criteria. Below is a summary of the items that were identified as either not met or only partially meet ...
Compliance with § 52 German Law on Circular Economy and/or Waste Law
Germany specific. Please see German translation.
Is HP in compliance with the current UK waste management regulations?
Yes, HP is registered as a Waste Broker under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 PartII Waste Management Licensing Regulations 1994.