Cleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 16th March 2023 Issue no. 1056
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New Albert supplier Ecoserv supports sustainability in film and TV industry
Facilities Management company Ecoserv Group, has become an approved sustainable supplier to the film and TV industry. The company has joined forces with Albert, an industry-funded organisation tasked with reducing the environmental impact of production, to help accelerate change and tackle the sector's carbon footprint.
"We are committed to working with companies that go the extra mile to be green and support the global film and TV sector with sustainable products and services," explains Will Bourns, sustainability analyst at Albert. "We are delighted to appoint Ecoserv as an Albert supplier and look forward to the contribution the company will make. It is already an established partner within the production sector that is passionate about sustainability and has recently become certified carbon neutral."
Albert was established in 2011 to lead the charge against climate change, bringing the screen industries together to tackle green challenges and inspire sustainable living. The organisation's ultimate objective is to reduce the environmental impact of the production process to zero negative impact. This will require the implementation of wide-ranging industry solutions, as well as empowering everyone working in film and TV production to understand the opportunity and to know how they can make a change.
Sally Ann Van Blerk, group sustainability director at Ecoserv Group, comments:
"Collaboration is key to achieving a zero-waste and-carbon impact production industry, so we are excited to become an albert supplier. We are already partner of choice for 30 studios and production companies, making us well placed to champion green cleaning, waste management and environmental awareness. There is much to be done, but we fully support albert's vision for a sustainable future."
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