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Canon Calculators Equals Environmental Friendly Choices For Consumers


Calculators Made With Materials from Recycled Canon Copiers

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y.– Providing customers with a sustainable option, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging and office solutions, will bring its line of recycled calculator models – the LS-154TG, the HS-1000TG and the TS-1200TG – to the U.S. market. The environmentally-conscious calculators’ upper and lower casings are made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled plastic, which was recycled from Canon Copiers.

“As part of our corporate philosophy of Kyosei – all people, regardless of race, religion, or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future – Canon is committed to developing environmentally sustainable products, like these calculators,” said Jim Rosetta, vice president and general manager, Imaging Systems Group, Canon U.S.A. “Our line of calculators utilizing recycled Canon copier plastic offers great performance and reliability, as well as the knowledge that these products are helping to contribute to the overall sustainability of the environment.”

The three models – the LS-154TG, the HS-1000TG and the TS-1200TG – come equipped with lightweight, portable bodies and key features such as large liquid crystal displays and solar power. Aside from performance, these Canon Calculators also come with a variety of smart, eco-conscious features. The paper packaging and instruction manuals included with the calculators are made from recycled paper. In terms of battery power, these Canon Calculators use lithium coin batteries that are mercury-free and, therefore, less harmful to the environment than traditional batteries.

The suggested retail price of the LS-154TG is $10.99, the HS-1000TG is $15.99 and the TS-1200TG is $19.99 and all are currently available through the Canon eStore (

Canon U.S.A. supports a wide range of environmental education and conservation initiatives that protect future generations by helping to preserve nature’s most valuable resources through, including the Canon Envirothon, one of North America’s largest high school environmental education competitions; the PBS NATURE series; and scientific research and educational programs at Yellowstone National Park. Canon also established the industry’s first and longest-running Cartridge Return Program in 1990. To date, more than 150,000 tons of toner cartridges have been diverted from landfills. For more information, visit


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