HP join hands with Ras Al Khaimah E-Government
HP Middle East join hands with the Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) E-Government Authority to launch the HP Planet Partners programme, which is expected to improve sustainability and recycling in the emirate.
Eng Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Sayyah, General Manager, E-Government Authority, Ras Al Khaimah, said, “The Ras Al Khaimah E-Government Authority has always been at the forefront with initiatives that help save the environment by re-using and recycling of thousands of printers throughout the various RAK government departments and ministries, has become the first government department in the emirate to cooperate with HP Middle East in this important environmental programme. The government plans on using HP Planet Partners services immediately.”
The environmental programme, which has seen more than 389 million HP print cartridges recycled worldwide since its inception in 1991, offers free return and recycling services for Original HP printing supplies. The programme, introduced in the UAE in 2009, ensures that no printer cartridges returned through HP Planet Partners ends up in landfill.
“We are very pleased to join hands with the Ras Al Khaimah E-Government Authority to encourage recycling and sustainability in the emirate,” said Amin Mortazavi, General Manager, Imaging and Printing Group, HP Middle East.
The HP Planet Partners programme is available worldwide in more than 50 countries, including 35 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Find more information about the HP Planet Partners programme online.