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environment/green solutions

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION/ SUSTAINABILITY/GREEN SOLUTIONS:

CLIENT:
EPA (REGION 10)
PROJECT:
Public information video news release.
PURPOSE:
To inform public about drawbacks of halogen residential lamps, and to promote use of Energy Star lighting.
OF INTEREST:
Rapid turnaround (less than two days).
CLIENT:
EPA + ENVIROISSUES
PROJECT:
A look at an EPA “Brownfield” project in Seattle.
PURPOSE:
Public education: to acquaint public with concept of
“Brownfield” projects, which are designed to transform blighted former industrial/mining sites into clean, viable commercial/residential land.
OF INTEREST:
Video focused on Brownfield project in a blighted area of Seattle’s Rainier Valley which became a highly-regarded senior housing complex.
CLIENT:
PUGET SOUND CLEAN AIR AGENCY
PROJECT:
Emissions-control training video for gas station operators.
PURPOSE:
To instruct operators and staff in specific inspection methods as a way to control gasoline vapor emissions from hoses, valves, underground storage tanks, etc.
OF INTEREST:
Nearly 4000 copies distributed to gas stations throughout Puget Sound region. Video was produced in both English and Korean.
CLIENT:
BP (BRITISH PETROLEUM)
PROJECT:
Video news release for public affairs company Cocker-Fennessy client BP.
PURPOSE:
To introduce new, lower-emission BP gasoline formulation.
OF INTEREST:
Video was shot, edited, and distributed to Seattle-area TV news operations on the same day.
CLIENT:
PORT OF SEATTLE (SEA-TAC AIRPORT)
PROJECT:
Public information video
highlighting the Port’s “Greenworks” program.
PURPOSE:
To showcase extensive and precedent-setting environmental protection measures put into place during 3rd runway construction.
OF INTEREST:
Environmental protection measures included runoff-filtration plant, creek and stream protection, air pollution control, waste management and recycling, landscaping, etc.
CLIENT:
PUGET SOUND CONSERVATION DISTRICTS
PROJECT:
Public information videos (series). Produced in conjunction with Bartlett Group, Seattle.
PURPOSE:
Videos take viewers on a tour of conservation/environmental protection projects in King County (Seattle
& vicinity), as well as in various other locations throughout Puget Sound.
OF INTEREST:
King County is twice the size of Rhode Island, and encompasses mountains, large agricultural areas, and cities such as Seattle located on Puget Sound, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean. The videos highlight the work of King Conservation District and other “CD’s” in various efforts to promote agriculture, help restore saltwater beaches damaged by seawalls, protect salmon-bearing streams, etc.
CLIENT:
OCEAN PROTEIN CO.
PROJECT:
Public information video. Produced in conjunction with Happonen Communications, Everett WA and Bartlett Group, Seattle.
PURPOSE:
Public information video examining odor-control and water-treatment efforts by Ocean Protein.
OF INTEREST:
Ocean Protein is a fishmeal processing plant in Hoquiam Washington that produces approximately 6,000 tons of protein-rich fishmeal annually for the aquaculture and supplement industries. Ocean Protein recycles fish parts that were previously dumped at sea or into landfills. The video focuses on complaints from some nearby residents about odor emissions generated by the plant—and on extraordinary measures taken by Ocean Protein to find and install the best odor-control technologies available. The company has invested more than $5 million in odor reduction technologies to date, and complaints have dropped sharply.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION/ SUSTAINABILITY/GREEN SOLUTIONS:

CLIENT:
EPA (REGION 10)
PROJECT:
Public information video news release.
PURPOSE:
To inform public about drawbacks of halogen residential lamps, and to promote use of Energy Star lighting.
OF INTEREST:
Rapid turnaround (less than two days).
CLIENT:
EPA + ENVIROISSUES
PROJECT:
A look at an EPA “Brownfield” project in Seattle.
PURPOSE:
Public education: to acquaint public with concept of
“Brownfield” projects, which are designed to transform blighted former industrial/mining sites into clean, viable commercial/residential land.
OF INTEREST:
Video focused on Brownfield project in a blighted area of Seattle’s Rainier Valley which became a highly-regarded senior housing complex.
CLIENT:
PUGET SOUND CLEAN AIR AGENCY
PROJECT:
Emissions-control training video for gas station operators.
PURPOSE:
To instruct operators and staff in specific inspection methods as a way to control gasoline vapor emissions from hoses, valves, underground storage tanks, etc.
OF INTEREST:
Nearly 4000 copies distributed to gas stations throughout Puget Sound region. Video was produced in both English and Korean.
CLIENT:
BP (BRITISH PETROLEUM)
PROJECT:
Video news release for public affairs company Cocker-Fennessy client BP.
PURPOSE:
To introduce new, lower-emission BP gasoline formulation.
OF INTEREST:
Video was shot, edited, and distributed to Seattle-area TV news operations on the same day.
CLIENT:
PORT OF SEATTLE (SEA-TAC AIRPORT)
PROJECT:
Public information video
highlighting the Port’s “Greenworks” program.
PURPOSE:
To showcase extensive and precedent-setting environmental protection measures put into place during 3rd runway construction.
OF INTEREST:
Environmental protection measures included runoff-filtration plant, creek and stream protection, air pollution control, waste management and recycling, landscaping, etc.
CLIENT:
PUGET SOUND CONSERVATION DISTRICTS
PROJECT:
Public information videos (series). Produced in conjunction with Bartlett Group, Seattle.
PURPOSE:
Videos take viewers on a tour of conservation/environmental protection projects in King County (Seattle
& vicinity), as well as in various other locations throughout Puget Sound.
OF INTEREST:
King County is twice the size of Rhode Island, and encompasses mountains, large agricultural areas, and cities such as Seattle located on Puget Sound, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean. The videos highlight the work of King Conservation District and other “CD’s” in various efforts to promote agriculture, help restore saltwater beaches damaged by seawalls, protect salmon-bearing streams, etc.
CLIENT:
OCEAN PROTEIN CO.
PROJECT:
Public information video. Produced in conjunction with Happonen Communications, Everett WA and Bartlett Group, Seattle.
PURPOSE:
Public information video examining odor-control and water-treatment efforts by Ocean Protein.
OF INTEREST:
Ocean Protein is a fishmeal processing plant in Hoquiam Washington that produces approximately 6,000 tons of protein-rich fishmeal annually for the aquaculture and supplement industries. Ocean Protein recycles fish parts that were previously dumped at sea or into landfills. The video focuses on complaints from some nearby residents about odor emissions generated by the plant—and on extraordinary measures taken by Ocean Protein to find and install the best odor-control technologies available. The company has invested more than $5 million in odor reduction technologies to date, and complaints have dropped sharply.

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