HPにおけるサステナビリティ
(持続可能性)

HPは、世界中のすべての人々の暮らしを豊かにするための様々な行動や
ソリューション、テクノロジーを通じて、より良い未来を創造し続けます。

サステナビリティレポートはこちら(PDF)

HPにおけるサステナビリティの紹介動画はこちら

CEO ディオン・ワイズラーからのメッセージはこちら(英語)

HP のテクノロジーが、
日々のエネルギー効率化を支えています。

2017 ENERGY STAR® Excellence Award – Product Design 賞
詳細はこちら(英語)

デジタルインクルージョンの推進に向けて、移動式ラボを展開

HP World on Wheels は、インド農村部の人々が
質の高い IT 教育を受けることができるよう支援しています。
詳細はこちら(英語)
サステナビリティのハイライト

HPにおけるサステナビリティは、すべての人のために技術革新を続ける姿勢を表しています。私たちの最新の取り組みの成果と進捗状況を公開しています。

詳細はこちら(英語)

HPのサステナビリティ戦略

私たちは様々なプログラムや社会に対する投資の継続的な開発、導入、拡大により、人々の仕事の仕方や生活スタイルを変革していきます。

詳細はこちら(英語)

HPのサステナビリティへの
取り組みに対するアワード

HP のサステナビリティへの取り組みは、さまざまな第三者機関により高く評価されています。

詳細はこちら(英語)

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“HP では、サステナビリティは、ビジネスのあり方や、世界を変えるソリューションを開発するうえでガイドとなるものです”

HP Inc. 社長兼 CEO、ディオン・ワイズラー

フットプリント

年間報告書にて、HPのサステナビリティに対する活動の成果を報告しています。

フットプリントに関する詳細はこちら(英語)

カーボンフットプリント

36,243,700トンの CO2eを削減

2016年には、2015年と比べカーボンフットプリントを1%削減しました

サプライチェーン 45%
一次サプライヤーおよび製品の輸送による GHG 排出原単位を、 2015年※1との比較で、2025年までに削減する新たな目標に取り組んでいます。

HPのサプライチェーンにおける温室効果ガス(GHG)の排出量は、主に、当社の製品に使用される原材料や製造工程に起因するものです。

業務 2%
グローバルの業務でスコープ1およびスコープ2における GHG 排出量を2025年までに、2015年比で削減する新たな目標に 取り組んでいます 。

HPの業務におけるGHG排出量は、主に、世界各地の当社の関連施設で消費されるエネルギーに起因するものです。

製品とソリューション 53%
HP の製品ポートフォリオの GHG 排出原単位※2を2020年までに、2010年比で削減する目標に取り組んでいます。

HP製品とソリューションにおけるGHG排出量は、販売後お客様の利用により消費されるエネルギーに起因するものです。

ウォーターフットプリント

207,228,000立方メートル

2016年には、2015年と比べウォーターフットプリントを12%削減しました。

サプライチェーン 22%

HPのサプライヤーは、主に電力消費を通じて当社のウォーターフットプリントに影響を与えています。HPは、サプライヤーに対し、責任ある水の消費と排出を推進しています。 また、水管理慣行を改善するためのツールを提供しています。

業務 3%

HPの業務において水の大量消費はありませんが、水資源に対する懸念は高まっています。私たちは、水不足が懸念される地域での業務においては重点的に、水の消費量の削減に取り組んでいます。

製品とソリューション 75%

HPのウォーターフットプリントの大部分は、製品の利用に関連するものです。HP製品への電力供給や製紙を通じて間接的に水が消費されています。

環境保護への貢献

製品の設計、製造、使用、回収方法を変革し続けることで、HPのビジネスモデルや事業を低炭素・循環型経済へと移行していきます。

詳細はこちら

社会への貢献

HPのテクノロジーやイノベーション、規模を利用して、より公正で寛容な社会を創造していきます。

詳細はこちら

人権・倫理に対する姿勢

誠実さ、公平性、説明責任を持ち行動することは、共生社会とビジネスの発展の基礎と考えています。

詳細はこちら

注意事項

※1:排出原単位は、一次生産の一部として計算され、製品輸送サプライヤーが報告するHPに起因するGHG排出量を、HPの年間売り上げで割って算出します。 この方式はビジネスにおける生産性に基づいてパフォーマンスを標準化します。排出原単位は3年間のローリング平均として報告され、対前年比の変化の影響を低下させ、長期の傾向を強調します。生産サプライヤーのGHG排出量にはスコープ1およびスコープ2が含まれます。2015年11月1日にHewlett-Packardから分社したことをうけ、すべての年度の計算には、現在HP Inc.に所属する事業部の収益および支出を使用しています。

※2:HP製品のGHG排出原単位は、想定される耐用年数の使用で、製品をその耐用年数の間使用した場合に、パーソナルシステムズでは装置1台あたりの、プリンターでは各ページを印刷するごとのGHG排出量で測定します。 これらの値は、パーソナルシステムズとプリンティング製品の当該年度の収益全体に対する貢献度によって重み付けされます。 これらの排出量は、毎年出荷される99%以上のHPの製品ユニット (ノートPC、タブレット、デスクトップ、モバイル・コンピューティング・デバイス、ワークステーション; およびHPインクジェット、LaserJet、DesignJet、Indigo、およびScitexプリンターおよびスキャナーを含む) の排出量を示します。2016年には、19%の削減を達成しました。

“We believe sustainability is a powerful force for growth and innovation, in the world and at HP.”

At HP, we’re reinventing for a better world. Sustainability guides every aspect of our business, fuels our innovation and growth, and works to enable everyone, everywhere to thrive. It is the right thing to do for our business, for society, and for the long-term future of our planet.

Our world faces difficult challenges, including climate change, inadequate access to quality education, economic and gender inequalities, and unfair labor practices.

We’re encouraged to see governments, corporations, organizations, and individuals supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2016, HP made meaningful progress on 15 of the 17 SDGs, and set bold new targets in key areas where we can have the greatest impact–including two major goals to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in our operations and supply chain.

We are furthering our efforts to protect and empower workers across our supply chain to ensure the people who make our products can thrive at work, at home, and in their communities.

We also are making strides in propelling a circular, low-carbon economy–continuing to transition our company and our customers from linear “take, make, discard” use and manufacturing processes toward a more circular “make, use, return” approach. For instance, through an innovative partnership, hundreds of people in Haiti are collecting recyclables to help support their families, and plastic bottles are finding a new purpose in creating HP ink cartridges. This program not only supports full-circle innovation and helps keep plastic out of the waterways that drain into the Caribbean Sea, but it also provides the people of Haiti with access to new social and economic opportunities.

We’re also shifting from transactional product sales to service models, delivering better value to our customers with less waste and cost. With innovations in industrial 3D printing and digital publishing, we’re working to transform industries and accelerate a materials-efficient economy.

Inclusive and quality education is essential for people to improve their lives and livelihoods. We help bring quality education and digital literacy to people where they are—including refugees and those living in underserved communities with no access to information technology. More than 9.5 million people have benefited from our efforts to improve the quality of learning since the beginning of 2015–and we are committed to enabling better learning outcomes for millions more.

We’re proud of our progress, and we’re inspired by the positive impact we’re seeing. But there’s still work to be done. Every day is a chance to turn change into opportunity, set the bar higher, and keep reinventing for a better world.

You can find more information on HP’s goals and sustainability efforts in our report.

Regards,

Dion Weisler

President and Chief Executive Officer, HP Inc.

Reporting

HP has a long legacy of transparency. We’ve been reporting our progress since 2001.
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All figures contained on this page are reflective of Hewlett-Packard Company prior to the company’s November 1, 2015 separation. HP Inc. metrics will be introduced to the site on an on-going basis as they become available.

Sustainability Highlights

Through our actions and investments, we strengthen our communities and enable the sustainable development of society at large; we minimize the environmental footprint of our customers, operations and supply chain; and we act with integrity and respect for human rights around the world.

Environment
Products and solutions

We continually innovate to reduce the environmental footprint of products and solutions across our portfolio, proactively developing technologies that help to solve some of society’s most serious environmental challenges.

  • Honored to receive the highest possible CDP carbon disclosure score—100 points—and an A rating on carbon-reduction performance.
  • Became the first global IT company to set GHG emissions reduction goals for all three parts of its value chain, by adding an ambitious products goal to reduce the GHG emissions intensity1 of our product portfolio through 2014, compared to 20102.
  • PageWide Technology business printer HP OfficeJet Enterprise X offers a step-change in materials use, generating up to 94% less supplies and packaging waste than comparable laser printers3.
Product return and recycling

We provide an extensive network of product take-back programs in 734 countries and territories.

  • Added a new closed-loop process for polypropylene to our existing recycling programs, enabling us to produce new inkjet cartridges entirely from material recycled by our customers.
  • Incorporated some recycled plastic in over 75% of HP inkjet cartridges shipped for commercial sale by the end of 2014.
  • Recovered 157,500 tonnes of hardware (including HP and non-HP products) and supplies. Of this amount, we recovered 4.2 million computer hardware units weighing 39,100 tonnes for reuse and remarketing and recycled 118,400 tonnes.
HP operations

We relentlessly pursue reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, waste, water, and paper consumption in our worldwide operations.

  • Committed to 100% renewable electricity in 2016, joining the RE100 initiative to accelerate the transformation of the global energy market.
  • Reduced GHG emissions from operations by 5.5%, decreased total waste by 11.5%, and cut water consumption by 3.1% in 2014, compared to 2013.
Supply chain environmental impact

We lead industry efforts to reduce GHG emissions, waste, and water withdrawal in our supply chain.

  • Helped production suppliers cut GHG emissions by 600,000 tonnes CO2e (cumulatively) since 2010, toward our goal of a two million tonne reduction between 2010 and 2020.
  • Expanded our supplier Energy Efficiency Program in China and Southeast Asia to include 70 new HP supplier sites.
  • Achieved an 18% reduction in first-tier manufacturing and product transportation-related GHG emissions intensity from 2010 through 2013.
Society
Supply chain responsibility

We motivate and empower suppliers and other stakeholders to enhance labor conditions, support human rights, and improve environmental performance at supplier production facilities.

  • Awarded an A grade on CDP Supplier Climate A List for our climate performance, among the top 2% of suppliers disclosing through CDP’s supply chain program.
  • Achieved 84% of workers related to HP production at final assembly sites working fewer than 60 hours per week on average, with fewer than 4% working more than 72 hours per week.
  • Became the first IT company to require direct employment of foreign migrant workers in our supply chain through the HP Foreign Migrant Worker Standard.
Employees

We aim to attract, motivate and empower the most talented people in the fast-moving and ultra-competitive information technology (IT) industry with compelling career development opportunities, a supportive work environment, recognition, and rewards.

  • Achieved 80% participation of all employees worldwide in our Voice of the Workforce survey, which found that overall employee engagement remained strong at 70%.
  • Worked with the Rainbow PUSH coalition as well as numerous other experts and organizations to address issues of diversity and inclusion in our industry, and deepened our long-standing commitment to transparency in continuing to publish comprehensive employee diversity data.
  • Launched Matter to a Million, our global employee engagement initiative providing capital to low-income entrepreneurs in partnership with a nonprofit micro-lender. Combined with additional HP Company Foundation contributions, this equaled more than $5.9 million in loans.
Integrity
Human rights

We take an uncompromising stance on human rights in our own operations, and we make compelling arguments to others to do the same. Over the course of the last year, HP was proud to contribute to multi-stakeholder initiatives led by the Global Business Initiative on Human Rights, the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition, Social Accountability International and BSR.

Corporate ethics

We adhere to the highest ethical standards by supporting our employees in making the right decisions. While our industry-leading practices and policies in this area are well-known, each year we strive to make even greater progress.

Privacy

We implement rigorous policies and procedures to safeguard personal data that we hold or process, and we support these priorities through a rigorous program designed to train our employees and engage external stakeholders. By way of example, in 2014, HP helped lead efforts to develop the Unified Ethical Frame for Big Data Analysis, a groundbreaking initiative from the Information Accountability Foundation that has met with unheralded support from regulators, companies, and the privacy community.

Government relations

We advocate with transparency and integrity to promote laws and regulations that encourage economic growth and innovation in a socially and environmentally responsible manner.


All figures contained on this page are reflective of Hewlett-Packard Company prior to the company’s November 1, 2015 separation. HP Inc. metrics will be introduced to the site on an on-going basis as they become available.

1. Emissions intensity of our product portfolio refers to tonnes CO2e/net revenue arising from use of our high-volume product lines, including notebooks, tablets, desktops, mobile computing devices, and workstations; inkjet and LaserJet printers; and all HP servers, including industry-standard servers, HP Moonshot, and HP Apollo.

2. Expressed as emissions generated per unit of output. For printers and personal systems, each product constitutes a unit of output. For servers, each unit of output equals a task performed by the system, as defined by industry standards.

3. The HP OfficeJet Pro X576dn generates up to 94% less waste per 15,000 pages compared with major in-class competitors’ color laser MFPs <$1,000 USD and color laser printers <$800 USD as of July 2014. Tested by Buyers Lab Inc. and commissioned by HP. The HP OfficeJet Enterprise X585dn generates up to 90% less waste compared with the majority of color laser MFPs <$3,000 USD based on market share as reported by IDC as of Q3 2013.

4. As of October 31, 2014.

Sustainability strategy

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At HP we believe that technology should make life better for everyone, everywhere —and in so doing make a better world.

Sustainability is a powerful force for innovation in our business. It supports our priorities, from designing and delivering our core products and services, to developing breakthrough technologies such as 3D printing and new business models and services. It inspires us to reinvent and to help shape the future while delivering value for our customers and company.

Advancing sustainability

Sustainability is central to HP’s vision to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere.

In the first year of the new company, we’re defining our future by setting bold, long-term goals. These efforts will guide our path to reinventing how we make, use and regenerate technology so businesses, communities, and individuals can thrive.

Our new goals
  1. Commit to 100% renewable electricity in our global operations with 40% by 2020
  2. Achieve zero deforestation caused by HP paper-based products and packaging1 by 2020
  3. Reduce the GHG emissions intensity of HP’s product portfolio by 25% by 2020, compared to 20102

Our commitment to transparency was rewarded with a “perfect 10” in the Garner 2016 Supply Chain Top 25, the highest possible CDP Climate disclosure score of 100, and named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and North American Index.

Material issues and engaging stakeholders

In 2015 we produced a materiality assessment which highlighted priority issues for sustainable development and our business success. Findings included the need to focus on both the upstream and downstream impacts of our products, and on fostering innovation to support a circular economy.

View our materiality matrix, and more detailed findings here.

For our sustainability strategy to succeed, we need to hear from key stakeholders including employees, suppliers, customers, peer companies, public policy makers, industry bodies, NGOs, and sector experts. HP invests in many engagement activities to get their feedback and collaboration, including partnerships, sponsorships, industry initiatives, customer and supplier education, supplier capability building programs, employee surveys and mentoring – and more.

For examples ranging from supplier labor practices to the circular economy and the social application of IT, see our Sustainability Report.

Sustainability leadership

HP’s sustainability vision and commitment, at all levels of the company and throughout our value chain, have never been stronger.

The HP Board of Directors’ Nominating, Governance, and Social Responsibility Committee oversees all our policies and programs relating to global citizenship and associated legal, regulatory, and compliance matters. Our Executive Leadership Team, led by the CEO, has overall responsibility for sustainability as part of our business strategy. Senior leaders set HP’s sustainability strategy and drive progress company-wide.


1. Packaging is the box that comes with the product and all paper (including packaging and materials) inside the box.

2. E1 Emissions intensity of HP’s product portfolio refers to tonnes CO2e/net revenue arising from use of more than 95% of HP product units shipped each year, including notebooks, tablets, desktops, mobile computing devices, and workstations; and HP inkjet, LaserJet and DesignJet printers, and scanners. Expressed as emissions generated per unit of output, based on anticipated usage. For personal systems products, this reflects energy consumed by each product unit during customer use. For printing products, this reflects energy and paper consumed to print each page. Through 2015, progress against this goal equaled a 17% reduction.