Campaign India Team
Jan 30, 2023

Sony Pictures Networks India is on a zero waste to landfill

The networking is working towards its goal of zero environmental footprint by 2050

Sony Pictures Networks India
Sony Pictures Networks India
Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI) has announced its goal to achieve zero waste to landfill. 
 
With this, the network continues to work towards its goal of zero environmental footprint by 2050.
 
As part of the initiative, SPNI has put in place a waste collection and pickup model for all its ongoing shows. This model ensures the reduction of waste produced by the organisation, as well as the content production houses of its various shows in Mumbai. 
 
In association with G.A.M.E (Greening Advertising Media Entertainment), its sustainability consulting partner on this initiative, SPNI has already diverted more than 15,000 Kgs waste going to the landfill.
 
Nitin Nadkarni, chief finance officer and head – broadcast operations and network engineering, Sony Pictures Networks India (SPNI), said, “With our focus of achieving zero environmental footprint by 2050, we shifted our Mumbai office to 100% renewable electricity last year, which helped us avoid over 2000 tons of carbon emissions. Our pledge towards becoming a Zero Waste to Landfill organization marks another step in that journey, as we accelerate our progress by undertaking newer sustainable initiatives towards fulfilling our long-term vision. Our collaboration with G.A.M.E will further help us move closer to our goal.”
 
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