The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce invites you to our next Green Team San Joaquin meeting on Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. via Zoom. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
This meeting you will hear from Evan Edgar, Executive Director with the California Compost Coalition for a presentation on SB 1383 and AB 1826, both dealing with compost. In addition, Anthony Presto with the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District will give an update on the impact of the fires on air quality.
Please come prepared with questions.
We will also have sub-committee updates on issues impacting our manufacturers, industrial and distribution members. As always, your input is vital to addressing those issues in advancing commerce in Stockton, San Joaquin County and the State of California.
I Call to Order, Introductions, Chair
II Evan Edgar, California Compost Coalition (25 minutes)
California’s organic recyclers and compost operators have created a sustainable, scalable industry model for the state, the nation and the world to demonstrate that putting clean, recycled, composted organic materials back into the ground is the most predictable, cost efficient, productive, and eco-friendly use of a natural resource. Our vision is to increase awareness and preference for composting, to accurately represent our members’ interests, and to always preserve and conserve all of our natural resources.
III Anthony Presto, San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. (20 minutes)
The San Joaquin Valley Air District is a public health agency whose mission is to improve the health and quality of life for all Valley residents through efficient, effective and entrepreneurial air quality management strategies. Our Core Values have been designed to ensure that our mission is accomplished through commonsense, feasible measures that are based on sound science.
IV Christine Haruta, Dibs My Way (10 minutes)
Smart Travel means going to work, school or play with other people in carpools or vanpools, or by other smart ways such as transit, walking or biking to decrease traffic and pollution. We are over half-way through 2020 and it is shaping up to be one of the most unique and challenging times for the U.S. and California due to the persistence of Covid-19. Yet, it is also inspiring innovation and change for many industries in order to adapt to our new normal.
IV Sub-Committee Reports
- Storm water Issues: Vanessa Piccinini, Outreach Coordinator, Stockton Municipal Utility Department
- Wet Industry Dischargers (WID) & Water Issues- Michael Vilarino, Tankerwash USA
- PG&E/ISO/Solar Issues-Collins Electric/ Solar Optimum
- San Joaquin County OES Update-
- Cal OSHA Update
- CUPA Update
- EH&S Issues-Mary Jo Press, Global Safety Center of Excellence Program Manager, Tesla
- Transportation Issues
V Update Recycling Market Development Zone,-Staff
VI Green Business Certification- Staff
VII Recycling BIN Summit October 28 via Zoom
VIII Event Planning-Staff
IX IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD SOMETHING TO THE AGENDA, PLEASE EMAIL Fferral@stocktonchamber.org