Nick Kane

works on sets in the Grip and Electric Department

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At least 100 professional film, TV, or commercial shoots take place in the LA area each day. They produce tons of waste, such as uneaten food and plastic.

Why TV, film, and commercial sets generate tons of waste

At least 100 professional film, TV, or commercial shoots take place in the LA area each day. They produce tons of waste, such as uneaten food and plastic.

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