Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxics-Action-at-Hewlett-Packard-in-Amstelveen--27MZIFL4J7CU.htmlConceptually similarToxics Action at Hewlett Packard in Amstelveen GP01S6ZCompleted★★★★Toxics Action at Hewlett Packard in Amstelveen GP01S3DCompleted★★★★★★Toxics Action at Hewlett Packard in Utrecht GP01M3SCompleted★★★★★★Toxics Action at Dell Headquarters in AmsterdamGP01YJXCompleted★★★★Toxics Action at Dell Headquarters in AmsterdamGP01YK1Completed★★★★Toxics Action at Dell Headquarters in AmsterdamGP01YK2Completed★★★★Toxics Action at Hewlett Packard in Utrecht GP01M3JCompleted★★★★Toxics Action at Hewlett Packard in Utrecht GP01M3KCompleted★★★★Toxics Action at Hewlett Packard in Utrecht GP01M3LCompleted★★★★View AllGP01S6YToxics Action at Hewlett Packard in Amstelveen Greenpeace activists visit the Hewlett Packard office in Amstelveen with boards reading “HP: belofte maakt schuld” and "Herinnert u zich deze nog?" which translates to English resp. as “HP: keep your promise” and "Do you still remember?". In original language:Toxicactie bij Hewlett Packard in AmstelveenGreenpeace actievoerders bezoeken het kantoor van Hewlett Packard in Amstelveen met actieborden waarop staat: "HP, belofte maakt schuld" en "Herinnert u zich deze nog?"Locations:Amstelveen-Europe-NetherlandsDate:1 Jul, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Bas BeentjesMaximum size:6107px X 4047pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Day-Direct communications-Electronic waste-Greenpeace activists-Hewlett Packard (HP)-KWCI (GPI)-Office buildings-Outdoors-Props-Signs-Small group of people-Toxic waste-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Toxics Action at Hewlett Packard the NetherlandsGreenpeace activists visit the Hewlett Packard office in Amstelveen with action boards and a framed picture of a Greenpeace action in 2004 in front of the Hewlett Packard office in Utrecht. This picture is a gift to the board. The text reads: “Belofte maakt schuld” which translates to English as: “Keep your promise”.The text on the boards and in the framed picture references to the promise the company has made to work towards a production process with less toxic elements in their computer. One of the toxics found in human blood, the brominated flame retardants (BFRs), is processed by HP in computers. Greenpeace states that a company, which keeps on using toxics and refuses to change to more clean alternatives, is irresponsible.