Tennis Channel is an American sports-oriented digital cable and satellite television network owned by the Sinclair Television Group subsidiary of the Sinclair Broadcast Group. In 2021, they moved to a 50,000 square feet space in the Lantana Center, a pet-friendly campus located minutes from the Expo Station, with a direct access to the Expo Line Bike Path.
Tennis Channel’s Environmental Company Policy supports the core measures of ranging from sustainable procurement, reduce, reuse and recycling of materials. Tennis Channel’s marketing team promotes their green initiatives in company-wide communications and new staff trainings. Taglines include Reduce, Reuse, Respect the places we play. The Tennis Channel Green Team is led by a core group of employees that meet regularly to continuously implement and promote sustainable practices via company-wide e-blast updates. Tennis Channel’s green office highlights include:
- Energy efficiency Ample sunlight and LEDs facility wide.
- Water efficiency Dual flush toilets flush 1.1 – 1.6 gallons of water. Urinals flush 0.125 gallons.
- Transportation Encourage bicycling to work by providing a bike repair kit, secure bicycle storage, and offering incentives such as employee stipends or subsidies for bicycle maintenance.
- Zero waste efforts include:
- Reducing. New hires receive a reusable bottle for refilling. Coffee fixings like creamers and sugar are sourced in bulk quantities instead of packets
- Reusing. Materials reuse. Tennis Channel is enrolled in the Wilson Recycle Balls program where tennis balls are collected and turned in. The rubber extracted from the balls are then used to build tennis courts!
- Recycling. In addition to the blue bin, food waste is separated in the staff kitchen and collected for recycling via the City's Resource Recovery & Recycling Organics program
- Procurement. Sustainable Purchasing Policy commits to sourcing paper products containing 30- 100% post-consumer waste and Green Seal or Safer Choice certified cleaners