Over 50 HP products contain ocean-bound plastic. HP Latex L700 / 800 printers contain 20 percent (almost 10 kg) of recycled plastics recovered from post-consumer electronics, HP closed loop, soda bottles, and UL Validated ocean-bound resins.
HP’s Latex 700 & 800 printer series use HP Latex Ink that make operations safer. It is easier to enable a more comfortable and welcoming operation with the use of water-based ink technology designed to avoid the hazards typically associated with eco-solvent, UV, and UV-gel inks. The latest HP Latex Ink has no required hazard warning labels, no special ventilation, and delivers odourless prints. With HP Latex you can avoid exposure to reactive monomer chemistry and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). This makes for a cleaner, healthier working environment.
HP Latex Ink helps you win to create more opportunity with differentiating environmental advantages to access new business by meeting a range of stringent health and environmental criteria and qualify for certifications such as UL ECOLOGO, Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC), and toy safety standards. Also certifying for low emitting prints with UL GREENGUARD GOLD for unrestricted full room coverage, A+ rated Émissions dans l’air intérieur, and meeting AgBB criteria. That means for various indoor environments such as supermarkets, hospitals and retail stores, you can use prints printed on the HP Latex printers without any hesitation.
HP Latex Ink helps our future by using recycled plastics, including ocean-bound plastics, to aspire to a world without waste, and designing for recycling and take-back options for the printer, Eco-Carton ink cartridge, and substrates.
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