Mother Lode Chapter A&WMA

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09 Oct 2014

Dinner Meeting:  Can Energy from Organic Waste Help California Meet its Greenhouse Gas, Air Quality and Waste Reduction Goals?


  • Julia Levin, Executive Director of the Bioenergy Association of California


Come join us for a discussion about bioenergy–órenewable fuels, pipeline biogas and electricity made from organic waste.  Learn about the potential for fuels and energy from waste, GHG and waste reduction, air quality impacts, the relationship between bioenergy and composting, and more.  This dinner event will feature Julia Levin, Executive Director of the Bioenergy Association of California.
Bioenergy California's Executive Director is Julia Levin, who served until recently as the Deputy Secretary for Climate Change and Energy at the California Resources Agency.  In that position, she chaired the Governor's Inter-Agency Bioenergy Working Group and led development of California's 2012 Bioenergy Action Plan.  Julia has also served as a Commissioner on the California Energy Commission, where she was the presiding Commissioner on renewable energy and the associate Commissioner on energy efficiency.  She presided over the adoption of RPS eligibility rules, power plant siting cases and other issues.

Who should attend?

This event is organized by the Mother Lode Chapter of the Air and Waste Management Association.  This event may be attended by students and their professors, and interested members and their colleagues.  We welcome representatives of regulatory agencies, academia, industry, community and environmental groups, and the consulting community.


If you any questions regarding this event, please contact Todd Sax at or (916) 229-0884.

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