The University of Scranton Master in Health Administration is the winner of the 2018 CAHME/Canon Solutions America Award for Sustainability in Healthcare Management Education and Practice. Canon Solutions America's commitment to helping improve quality in academic healthcare management education serves as its inspiration to recognize and award sustainability-driven activities that have proven results.Learn more about the CAHME Award Winner
"At the heart of Canon's commitment to the world community is the belief that we are building a better world for future generations."
- Joe Adachi, Chairman and CEO, Canon U.S.A., Inc.Learn more about Canon's initiatives
The Eco Start Program was created to help our production print customers build their sustainability portfolios and have a positive impact on developing communities and the environment. When a new production system is purchased, we engage the Trees for the Future organization to plant trees to help counterbalance that machine’s average expected CO2 emissions during its first year in operation.Learn more about Eco-Start
"From the beginning, Canon Solutions America has been willing to give and take along with us, meet our deadlines, continually respond quickly to whatever our needs might be, and, most importantly, bring us the technology to help set us apart."
- Darrel Dundore, President of Astro-DynamicLearn more about Astro-Dynamic
The strategic alliance with Arizona State University gave Canon Solutions America the opportunity to present sustainable solutions and best practices for higher education to PAC-12 universities at the EH&S Director’s Conference, hosted by ASU.Learn more about EH&S
The UV curable inks for the Océ Arizona family of flatbed printers, and the game-changing UVgel ink for the recently launched Océ Colorado 1640 printer, have achieved UL GREENGUARD GOLD certification. GREENGUARD Certification has established performance-based standards to define products and processes with low chemical emissions for use indoors.Learn more about this certification
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