Jeff Walter: Leading the shift to more environmentally subsanable printing


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Jeff Walter: Leading the shift to more environmentally subsanable printing

Presentation from HP event in Prague on 22 March 2012

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Jeff Walter: Leading the shift to more environmentally subsanable printing

  1. 1. Jeff WalterDirector, environmental sustainability and social innovationImaging and Printing Group
  2. 2. Digital content is explodingTwo significant market shifts are having an impact on printing1. Explosion in digital content2. Ubiquity of mobileContent explosion is driving changes in where and howpeople print• HP predicts that by 2013, 26 billion incremental pages will be printed from mobile devices and 85 percent of smart phone users will want to print• The print industry is evolving from analog to digital: from static information/word processing to live information from the Internet
  3. 3. Print is evolvingBut we‟re not heading for a paperless society• Printing facilitates communication, creativity and understanding• Print helps drive on-line sales• Reading on paper is 10% - 30% faster than reading online• People reading on-screen “bounce and flicker” between items every few minutes, interfering with concentration “People want to feel special. In marketing [terms], email is transactional; paper is relational.” Eric Bradlow, Professor of Marketing, Statistics and Education, Wharton
  4. 4. Could you live without print?• HP asked consumers in three countries to live without any print for two days…• ...and we also asked another group in the US to go without print for a week...• No one succeeded!• People were stunned at how ingrained print is in their lives…
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  9. 9. Critical sustainability issues• Negative perceptions of the impact of printing on the environment are increasingly being driven by governments, NGOs and customers• HP has developed a strategic framework to provide sustainable printing products, services and solutions that have major benefits to businesses and consumers, while also reducing their environmental footprint• This requires a sustainability lens to be put on the entire value chain of the printed page
  10. 10. IPG environmental strategyHP makes it easy to realize the power of printing with a smaller environmentalfootprintSustainable Printing• HP‟s innovating technologies reduce the CO2 emissions associated with the production and use of our imaging and printing productsResponsible Forestry practices• Working closely with NGOs, HP is increasing FSC®-certified and recycled pulp in our paper productsTake-back & Recycling Leadership• HP continues to increase the amount of materials we take back and the amount of recycled content used in manufacturing our products and packaging
  11. 11. Sustainable printingHP helps customers print what they need, when and where they need it, in the most efficientwayConsumers SMB/Enterprise GraphicsThe most ENERGY STAR® HP EcoSMART: reduces carbon at HP‟s large-format printing solutionsqualified printers in the industry the device level enable print service providers and their customers to surpass theThe world‟s only PVC-free printer: HP Managed Print Services: energy creative boundaries of traditionalthe HP ENVY 110 e-All-in-One savings of 30-80 per cent analog printing Most new HP LaserJet printers will Print on Demand: minimising include Auto-On/Auto-Off energy overruns of books, magazines and saving features by the end of 2012 newspapers
  12. 12. Responsible forestry practices• HP has joined the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) and will be able to provide input and help shape FSC® policies and standards for responsible forestry, along with leading environmental and social NGOs• HP is among the first major consumer photo paper providers to offer FSC®-certified photo paper in Europe and North America• HP‟s Environmentally Preferable Paper Policy is one of the most rigorous in the industry, outlining principles for buying, selling, and using paper and product packaging
  13. 13. Pioneering take-back and recycling• IPG is a pioneer in providing sustainable solutions for the end-of-life phase of printing products• HP Planet Partners program simplifies recycling • 100 million pounds of recycled plastic were reused in printing products between 2007 and 2011 • 389 million Original HP LaserJet and inkjet cartridges were returned via the HP Planet Partners program since 1991• HP also recycles plastic in the production of select printers
  14. 14. Gaining momentum for a sustainable future Achievements and Goals Sustainable Printing • Printing products are 46% more energy efficient today than in 2005 • 3X the amount of recycled plastics used in HP inkjet printers since 2007 Responsible Forestry Practices • Produced more than 2 billion Original HP ink and HP LaserJet toner cartridges containing content from our „closed loop‟ recycling process Take-Back & Recycling Leadership • At least 50% of HP-branded paper will be FSC® certified and/or have more than 30% post- consumer content by the end of 2015, up from less than 3% in 2008
  15. 15. Print like the Lorax• HP has partnered with Universal to sponsor the global release of “The Lorax”• Dr. Seuss‟ most famous story, The Lorax is about forest sustainability and the environment• The success of The Lorax reflects increasing environmental awareness among families and kids
  16. 16. Every inkling makes a differenceHP has launched an integrated campaign highlightinghow consumers can make a differenceWe‟re encouraging people to “Print like The Lorax” 1. Recycle via HP Planet Partners program 2. Use sustainably-sourced paper 3. Purchase ENERGY STAR qualified printers and use features like HP Smart Print and double-sided printing