'I've been educated by others': Dirty Hit's environmental clean-up act

Ben Homewood

Jamie Oborne tells Music Week how his label is making its operation more sustainable...

“We’ve been thinking about it since around spring of this year. It’s looking at the most sustainable option for every decision we make [the label is working towards no single use plastics, renewable energy in the office, biodegradable shrinkwrap and more]. The conversation around it has been growing in everyday life. For me personally it wasn’t until I met Greta Thunberg and her father in Sweden ...

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