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"Corporate Citizenship" - 15 Total Result(s)
Anti-Pollution Instruments at HP
Hewlett-Packard entered the field for anti-pollution instruments in the mid-1960s, in large part through the acquisition of F&M Scientific Corporation in 1965. The F&M Division of Hewlett-Packard woul ...
Bill, a Founder of Santa Clara’s United Fund
Bill Hewlett was one of the founders of Santa Clara County’s United Fund (predecessor to the modern United Way) in 1959, and Hewlett-Packard embraced the new organization from the start. Employee part ...
For a Cause: HP and Family Giving Tree
Hewlett-Packard was the first company to support the Family Giving Tree, a San Francisco Bay-area nonprofit, when the company put a “family giving tree” in the company cafeteria at its headquarters to ...
Hewlett-Packard and Project HIRED
HP was an active partner of Project HIRED (Helping Industry Recruit Employees with Disabilities), a Bay Area nonprofit dedicated to helping people with disabilities find work. Worldwide EEO manager Ha ...
Hewlett-Packard Joins Energy Star
When the Environmental Protection Agency launched the Energy Star program to certify energy-efficient devices, Hewlett-Packard was one of the program’s first partners. The company’s LaserJet 4L printe ...
HP Commuting Alternatives Day
Hewlett-Packard was an early adopter when it came to encouraging employees to pursue environmentally friendly transportation for daily commutes. In 1980, the company held a Commuting Alternatives Day ...
HP’s First Internal Recycling Program
Hewlett-Packard began its first internal recycling program at its Palo Alto facility in 1966, which continued into the 1970s.
HP’s Planet Partners Recycling Program
Hewlett-Packard introduced the Planet Partners toner-cartridge recycling program in 1991. All consumers had to do was put used cartridges back in their original packaging, apply a prepaid shipping lab ...
HP’s Precious Metal Reclamation
In the early 1990s, Hewlett-Packard began reclaiming precious metals from obsolete products and old circuit boards through smelting.
Lining Up to Save Lives: HP Blood Drives
Hewlett-Packard’s first known blood drives date back to the 1940s. Since then, they have remained common at Hewlett-Packard facilities around the globe.