The imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series incorporates innovative, eco-conscious solutions that propel your business while reducing your environmental footprint.
Canon knows that the workplace needs a greener workflow. And the next-generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series delivers just that. Even when you’re seamlessly sharing and distributing digital documents with organizations around the globe, you’re in control of precious resource consumption. This Series lets you use only the paper, toner, and energy you need to help decrease your environmental footprint.
All next-generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE models are rated in EPEAT, the definitive global registry for greener electronics.
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE models are designed for low energy consumption. Each model meets ENERGY STAR® standards.
Reduce waste and cut energy consumption with secure authentication and centralized control. Limit users to printing only duplex and black-and-white documents.
Canon is making a difference through creative, ecological thinking. The next-generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE models employ certain components fabricated with 100% recycled plastic from retired products. Canon’s innovative technologies also include bio-based plastic, a plant- derived compound that replaces certain petroleum-based plastic parts.
From the inside out, the imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series is designed for high energy efficiency and stellar performance. The combination of fusing technologies and low-melting-point toner helps lower overall energy consumption by minimizing power requirements and reducing energy use during warm-up and while in stand-by mode.
Through its Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) System, Canon has lowered CO2 emissions by focusing on each stage of the product life cycle, including manufacturing, energy use, and logistics. These products are designed to be the smallest and lightest in their class, with less packaging to make transportation more efficient.
All suppliers are required to meet Canon's stringent Green Procurement policy and environmental terms. This helps it exceed the toughest global standards set by the EU RoHS Directive, which restrict the use of certain hazardous substances.