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Sustainable Industries Television SITV

Interlock's film crew just returned from a shoot for SITV's pilot episode at InterfaceFLOR, a carpet manufacturer in LaGrange, GA. We went in to investigate their claims of sustainable business and we must say we were impressed. InterfaceFLOR has taken a historically toxic industry and cleaned it up with some heady philosophies and some practical technology.

We'd like to send a warm thanks the employees working at the reclamation and manufacturing plants who welcomed us with some honest to goodness Southern hospitality.

The pilot is now in the editing room being cut for marketing as we seek to add a conservationist flavor to the "How it's done/ How it's made" genre of reality TV.

Who will be next to come under the great investigative eye of Interlock Media?

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