HP Invests $2 Million in Plastics Washing Line in Haiti

The following appears on plasticstoday.com

By: Clare Goldsberry – For HP Inc. (Palo Alto, CA), sustainability extends all the way from ocean-bound plastics in the Caribbean to the office printer. The company announced on April 18 that it is making a $2 million investment in a plastic washing line in Haiti that not only will expand its supply chain dedicated to diverting ocean-bound plastics but will create more than 1,000 new income opportunities locally.

The new washing line will allow the local production of cleaner, high-quality recycled plastic for use in HP products. It will help Haiti expand its recycling capabilities and compete more effectively on the international plastics market.

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SOURCE Plastics Today

HP Expands Efforts to Reduce Ocean-Bound Plastics