HP debuts first PC made using ocean-bound Plastics

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New HP Elite Dragonfly made using 50 per cent post-consumer recycled plastic including five per cent ocean-bound plastics

HP has marked the launch of its first PC to be made using ocean-bound plastic by pledging to expand the use of collected plastic waste that is destined to pollute the oceans to more of its product range....

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