SFPUC Open Records Investigation 2010

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SFPUC Open Records Investigation The following individuals are mentioned in documents obtained under an open records investigation of collusion among the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and various external individuals and entities in the defense and promotion of promoting sewage sludge as "organic biosolids compost." (See the article Chez Sludge for background.) Each of the individuals identified below will receives his or her own article in SourceWatch, in the weeks ahead.

  • Joe Arellano - Mayor’s Office of Communications, Chief Deputy Communications Director/Sub-Director de Prensa,
  • Greg Baatrup - Bay Area Clean Water Agencies (BACWA), Biosolids Committee Chair
  • Debi Barker - Center for Food Safety, International Program Director
  • Layne Baroldi - Orange County Sanitation District, Environmental Supervisor; Mayor of La Habra Heights
  • Ned Beecher - North East Biosolids & Residuals Association, Executive Director
  • Margo Reid Brown - California Integrated Waste Management Board, Chair (formerly); CalRecycle (California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery), Director (currently)
  • Sally Brown - University of Washington, Research Associate Professor
  • Michael Carlin - SFPUC, Deputy General Manager and Chief Operating Officer
  • Amy Chastain - Bay Area Clean Water Agencies (BACWA), Executive Director
  • David Cody - SF Permaculture Guild/Hayes Valley Farm
  • Ken Cook - Environmental Working Group, President
  • Christina Desser - Attorney (inactive license); board member: David Brower Center, Rockwood Leadership Program, Marin Media Institute
  • Tony Flores - SFPUC, Operations and Maintenance Manager
  • Thomas Granato- Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
  • Randy Grieb - Central Contra Costa Sanitary District, Plant Operations Division Manager
  • Robert Hale - Virginia Institute of Marine Science (College of William & Mary), Professor
  • Lori Harrison - Water Environment Federation (WEF), Director, Public Information
  • Tyrone Jue - SFPUC, Public Relations Spokesperson/Communications Director
  • Linda Kelly - Water Environment Federation (WEF), Communications, Managing Director
  • Greg Kester - California Association of Sanitary Agencies (CASA), Biosolids Program Manager
  • Kate Kurtz - Master’s student under Sally Brown at University of Washington; Soil Control Labs (formerly)
  • Paul Ledesma - SF Environment, City Government Zero Waste Coordinator (formerly); City of San Jose, Supervising Environmental Services Specialist (currently)
  • Naomi Little - SF Office of Contract Administration Purchasing
  • David Miree - Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services (MONS), Deputy Director
  • Tommy Moala - SFPUC, Assistant General Manager, Wastewater Enterprise
  • Laura Orlando - Resource Institute for Low Entropy Systems (RILES)
  • Johanna Partin - Office of Mayor Gavin Newsom, Climate Protection Initiatives, Director
  • John Pastore - Southern California Alliance of Publicly Owned Treatment Works
  • David Prior - Chez Panisse Foundation, Director of Communications
  • Debbie Raphael - SF Department of Environment, Toxics Reduction Program Manager
  • Dale Riddle - Mt. View Sanitary District, Operations Manager
  • Catherine Smith - California Association of Sanitary Agencies (CASA), Executive Director
  • Laura Spanjian - SFPUC, Assistant General Manager for External Affairs
  • Francesca Vietor - SFPUC Vice President; Chez Panisse Foundation, Executive Director
  • Alice Waters - Chez Panisse, Chez Panisse Cafe, Owner; Chez Panisse Foundation, Founder
  • Anna Werner - KPIX Channel 5, Investigative Reporter (formerly)
  • Mark Westlund - SF Department of the Environment, Communication/Education Program Manager
  • Tony Winnicker - SFPUC, Communications Director (formerly); Office of Mayor Gavin Newsom, Communications Director (currently)
  • Ronald Young - California Association of Sanitary Agencies (CASA), President

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