HP is emphasizing its global commitment to the environment at GITEX Technology Week 2019 in Dubai. Showcasing its latest sustainable products and services as well as a show stand it will recycle at the end of the trade show.
Firstly after the event HP will be recycle its to make chairs and tables for schools. Secondly there is the world’s first cartridge free printer, the HP Neverstop Laser made of twenty five percent recycled plastic on display. There is also the new HP Dragonfly, the worlds first laptop to contain ocean-bound plastics.
Fadle Saad, HP Regional Manager for GCC, Levant and Egypt talked about building sustainable products and services. Mentioning HP has locally introduced some of the most sustainable products. Successfully running a great recycling campaign.
“At HP, sustainability is deeply embedded in our business strategy, our thinking and our company culture. This clearly reflects on the products and solutions we are showcasing at GITEX this year. For us, GITEX is not only about displaying new technology, but also focusing on sustainable ones.”