Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Toxics-Protest-at-Hewlett-Packard-Headquarters-27MZIFI35R3G.htmlConceptually similarToxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DGCompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DICompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DJCompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DKCompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DLCompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DNCompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DOCompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DSCompleted★★★★Toxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGP029DVCompleted★★★★View AllGP029DPToxics Protest at Hewlett Packard HeadquartersGreenpeace activists outside Hewlett Packard headquarters after the electronics giant backtracked on its public commitment to eliminate key toxic chemicals in its products by the end of 2009. Greenpeace activists painted the message "Hazardous Products" on the roof of the building with non toxic finger-paint, covering more than 11,500 square feet (1,068 square meters). * State: CaliforniaLocations:California-Hewlett Packard USA headquarters-North America-Palo Alto-United States of AmericaDate:28 Jul, 2009Credit:© Arleen Ng / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3104px X 2072pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Day-Direct communications-Electronic waste-Grass-Greenpeace activists-Greenpeace logo-Hewlett Packard (HP)-KWCI (GPI)-Logos-Masks (protective)-Outdoors-Protective clothing-Signs-Small group of people-Summer-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Toxics Action at Hewlett Packard Palo AltoGreenpeace activists protest outside Hewlett Packard headquarters in Palo Alto. Greenpeace exposed electronics giant Hewlett Packard for backtracking on its public commitment to eliminate key toxic chemicals in its products by the end of 2009. Some of the Greenpeace activists climbed to the top of Hewlett Packard global headquarters and painted the message “Hazardous Products” in big, bold letters on the roof. The message, applied using non-toxic finger-paint, covered more than 11,500 square feet (1,068 square metres).