HP steps up green supply chain push with launch of recycled plastic ink cartridge

BusinessGreen staff
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Printer giant sets series of new environmental targets for global supply chain

HP has debuted a new ink cartridge made with plastic bottles recycled in Haiti, as part of a renewed effort to curb the environmental impact of its global supply chain. The printer giant today published...

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