HP inks $200m investment to tackle water pollution

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HP is developing water-based inks for textile manufacture
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HP is developing water-based inks for textile manufacture

HP's innovations in water-based inks have already had an impact on food packaging markets, tech giant says

HP has committed $200m to developing water-based ink technologies for printing digitally on corrugated packaging and textiles, in a move designed to help tackle water impacts across the consumer goods...

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