NBC's "Grimm" stays green

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Friday, June 15, 2012

NBC's police drama "Grimm" is filmed in Portland, and appropriately for the city, focuses on sustainability.

"What's unique about 'Grimm' is that the mindset of sustainability has made its way throughout the whole show," she says. "It definitely helps that the show is filmed in Portland, because environmental responsibility is already part of the community, so people understand why it's important."

Just how green is "Grimm" green? No plastic water bottles are used on set; everyone has been given stainless steel bottles. The crew composts, recycles, utilizes reusable products and buys products locally whenever possible. The set uses 100 percent recycled latex paint and its trucks run on biodiesel.

Read more at The Portland Tribune.

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