corporate, live action, drone
For the opening of its new Achilles recycling centre, and as part of its inauguration, production of a presentation video (corporate film) highlighting the key points of the new plant and Veolia‘s values.
The Achilles waste sorting centre is a key element in Veolia’s strategy to reduce the environmental impact of its waste management activities. Thanks to state-of-the-art equipment and efficient resource management, the plant is able to sort and process tons of waste every day, thus contributing to the preservation of the environment and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Through careful location scouting, effective scripting and a well-structured storyboard, the narrative of the video was constructed in such a way as to avoid redundancy and capture the viewers’ attention from start to finish.
The filming was planned with extreme precision, using both ground and aerial footage to give an overview of the factory and its operations. Human presences were strategically placed to give an insight into the company’s human dimension and involvement on the site.
In post-production, light infographics were added to reinforce the understanding of the sorting and recycling processes, while colour grading gave the film a distinctive visual identity. The end result is an impressive corporate video that demonstrates Veolia’s commitment to innovation and sustainability.
The corporate video is an excellent way to communicate the company’s core values and to raise awareness of the importance of waste management and the environment among clients and partners. By highlighting the plant’s strengths and Veolia’s efforts to promote sustainability, the video demonstrates the company’s commitment to a greener, more sustainable future for all.