HP vows to go 'zero deforestation' by 2020

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HP vows to go 'zero deforestation' by 2020

IT giant also commits to using 40 per cent renewable energy by the end of the decade

Computing giant HP Inc has announced a goal to secure zero forestation status for its paper based products by 2020. The firm - which was formed of the personal systems and printing business from the...

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