Sustainability and being eco- friendly is at the core of what Hogshaw Farm and Wildife Park does. Entrants to the site first pass through the eco- centre, which was built using timber and utilises rainwater and solar panels.
It’s in the eco-centre that the Canon MAXIFY GX6050 is housed, so it was of paramount importance that the chosen device was as sustainable as possible. With its low TEC figure (approx. 0.14kwh) and cartridge-free design and eco- mode the MAXIFY fits the bill perfectly. Versatility, reliability and high-performance are also critical attributes.
“Sustainability is really important
to all of us at Hogshaw Farm and Wildife Park. The ecocredentials of the MAXIFY are impeccable and help support our overall approach.”
This busy attraction needs to produce a wide variety of high-quality prints. And with space at a premium, the ability of the MAXIFY device to produce all of this from its compact footprint was extremely appealing. Thanks to its high “ quality yield the device can produce durable prints such as signage, quizzes, treasure hunts and information packs that help engage and inform visitors.
Hogshaw Farm and Wildife Park
Hogshaw Farm and Wildife Park is an eco-friendly farming and conservation attraction in Buckinghamshire. It has four core pillars: conservation, education, sustainability and fun. The combination of these means the open farm is a leading family attraction.
Device fact sheet
With its high volume refillable MegaTank, the compact Canon MAXIFY GX6050 produces business quality documents quickly with average savings of 85% on the total cost of ownership*.
Low costs that stay low – Produces huge page yields and low cost per page, which can be boosted with economy mode:
Energy efficient – Low TEC figure and lower power consumption in standby and off mode, reducing cost and waste
High speeds – 24ipm in black and 15.5ipm
Connected allows remote printing, copying and scanning
Durable – produces professional quality water and marker resistant prints