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"Corporate Citizenship" - 18 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 ...
Being a Good Neighbor
Employees of the Vancouver, Washington, office painted the city’s Red Cross building as part of the 1998 United Way Day of Caring. HP employees had worked on dozens of local projects over the years, i ...
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 ...
Contributing to Children’s Causes
HP employees of the Vancouver division volunteered at the Children’s Home Society in Washington, working on maintenaince projects inside and outside the facility. The statewide nonprofit provided chil ...
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 ...