Alex Newell

San Francisco, CA | alex.newell@tetratech.com Alex Newell is an Engineering Manager at Tetra Tech with bachelor’s degrees in both Geological Engineering and Geology and Geophysics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is a licensed civil engineer in the state of California. His specialties include designing and managing projects related to landfill gas (LFG) collection 

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Andrew Carpenter

Belfast, ME | andrew@northerntilth.com Andrew Carpenter is a certified soil scientist, certified crop advisor and certified nutrient management planning specialist. Andrew has been recycling organic residuals and developing recycling programs for materials that have not historically been reused since 1992. He has extensive experience in research, planning and handling technical issues related to the reuse 

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Anthony Myint

San Francisco, CA | anthony@zerofoodprint.org Anthony Myint is an award winning Chef/Restaurateur whose nonprofit, Zero Foodprint, leads collaborations with CA Dept of Food and Ag, CO Dept of Ag and regional governments like Boulder, CO, San Francisco, CA and more, to scale Agricultural Climate Solutions. Since 2020 ZFP has generated funds for and coordinated 53 

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Ayesha Ali

Riverside, CA | ayesha@kisstheground.com Ayesha Ali is the Federal Policy Coordinator at Kiss the Ground, working primarily on the Regenerate America™ campaign. She has a background in research, political ecology, and communications, having previously worked in the environmental comms shop at Prime Weber Shandwick. She holds an M.A. in Global Environmental History with a focus 

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Bill Camarillo

Oxnard, CA | bcamarillo@agromin.com Bill Camarillo is CEO of Agromin, California’s largest green waste recycler. He remains passionate about organics recycling and regenerative soil science after 25 years in the industry. As the CEO of Agromin, he plays a key role in pioneering sustainability through organics conversion. Bill was named by the Ventura County Leadership 

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Bob Rynk

Bob Rynk has been researching and teaching about composting for over 30 years. Bob is Professor Emeritus at the State University of New York, Cobleskill campus (SUNY Cobleskill), having retired in 2019. His areas of expertise include waste management, natural treatment processes and alternative energy. At SUNY Cobleskill, Bob taught courses on composting, waste management 

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Bob Yost

Eaton, CO | bobyost@a1organics.com Mr. Yost is Vice President and Chief Technical Officer for A1 Organics, having joined A1 in 1990. Established in 1974, A1 is the Rocky Mountain Regions largest commercial organic recycling company managing in excess of 425,000 tons of organics per year, that includes 35 million gallons of liquid feedstocks. Bob’s experience 

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Brendan Harrison

Merced, CA | bharrison4@ucmerced.edu Brendan Harrison is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, Merced and is a member of Dr. Rebecca Ryals’ Agroecology Lab. His dissertation work investigates the potential of biochar co-composting as an untapped natural climate solution. He received his B.A. in Environmental Studies and B.S. in Earth and Planetary Sciences 

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Chris Seney

Phoenix, AZ | cseney@republicservices.com Chris Seney has been permitting and operating organics facilities for over 20 years. He works for Republic Services as the Director, Organics Operations. In his current role he supports all of Republic Services organics operations throughout the Country. He leads the development of new organics infrastructure and supports all acquisitions that 

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Christine Lenches-Hinkel

Acton, CA | clhinkel@301organics.com Christine Lenches-Hinkel is the Founder and President of 301 Organics. She has a Master’s degree in Forestry with an emphasis in International Resource Conservation from the University of Montana. She has over 20 years of combined experience in environmental planning, regulatory compliance (CEQA/NEPA), environmental science, and field training having worked for various large and 

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Cindy Liles

Folsom, CA | cindy.liles@hdrinc.com Cindy Liles has eight years of experience working with the waste industry. She started off her career implementing organics separation and compost workshops at her University, and has since worked on over 175 waste projects, almost all in California. This includes work on the design, permitting, development, and/or environmental compliance of 

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Clay Ezell

Nashville, TN | clay@compostcompany.com Clay Ezell is a certified Master Composter, a USCC-Certified Site Operator and graduate of New York’s EarthMatter training program, where he took part in the NYC Compost Project, processing organic waste from the five boroughs of New York City for use in local parks. He serves as President of the Tennessee 

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Cole Smith

Davis, CA | cbrsmith@ucdavis.edu Cole Smith is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Soil Science and Biogeochemistry Graduate Group at UC Davis working under Dr. William Horwath. Cole’s primary research focus is on the use and application of organic amendments within California agroecosystems. Cole holds a B.S. in Environmental Studies from Michigan State University and a 

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Coryanne Mansell

Dalton, MA | coryanne.mansell@cetonline.org Coryanne Mansell is the Client Services Strategist at the Center for EcoTechnology (CET). Cory supports CET’s Wasted Food Solutions efforts by leading stakeholder engagement processes and providing on-site technical assistance to businesses and institutions. She currently serves as Chair of the Outreach Committee for the Young Professionals of the US Composting 

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Craig M. Kolodge

Escondido, CA | craig.kolodge@spvsoils.com Dr. Kolodge is the former academic advisor, field plant pathologist and director for the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) and the Bay Area Research and Extension Center in Santa Clara county. Dr. Kolodge participated in the City of San Jose’s green waste utilization program focused on re-purposing recycled organics to 

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Dan Matsch

Boulder, CO | dan@ecocycle.org Dan has worked in recycling, composting, and organic farming since 1982. His Zero Waste focus looks to marry these interests to maintain the highest value of our resources through creating local circular economies. Dan spearheads Eco-Cycle’s focus on utilizing organic waste and other resources in a local and global effort to 

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Deborah A. Neher

Burlington, VT | deborah.neher@uvm.edu Neher is a soil ecologist with formal training in plant population ecology and plant pathology. I view nature as a model and am a question-driven researcher using population and community ecology approaches. My recent research focuses on biological communities in compost and their role in disease suppression by natural mechanisms. Through 

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Debra Darby

Gloucester, MA | debra.darby@tetratech.com Debra Darby is a client manager with 15 years of organics experience within the solid waste industry. She has garnered a reputation as a leader in her field through her extensive background working with organics and compostable materials and assisting clients through the design and implementation of organics diversion programs and 

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Dr. Laura Kavanaugh, PhD

Hillsborough, NC | laura.kavanaugh@genomeinsights.com Dr. Laura Kavanaugh is an engineer, scientist and entrepreneur. She has degrees in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and holds a Ph.D. from the University Program in Genetics and Genomics from Duke University. She has had a varied and extensive career which includes over 13 years working in the 

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Dr. Thomas Jobson

Pullman, WA | tjobson@wsu.edu Education: University of Victoria, Canada Chemistry B.Sc 1989 York University, Canada Chemistry Ph.D. 1994 NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory Tropospheric Chemistry NRC post doc 1994-1997 Appointments: 2014 – present: Professor and Associate Chair, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Washington State University 2005 – 2014: Associate Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, 

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Gaius Eudoxie

St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago | bharrison4@ucmerced.edu Dr. Gaius Eudoxie is a Senior Lecturer of Soil Science at the University of West Indies (St. Augustine Campus) with responsibility for teaching and research in soil physical and fertility management. He has over 20 years teaching and research experience in soil management. He has successfully supervised several 

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Geoffrey Hill

Shoreline, WA | geoffbhill@gmail.com Geoff started his career in composting as a PhD research scientist analyzing pathogen destruction and compost process inhibition at UBC. Shortly after his PhD he was hired to run one of the largest composting and anaerobic digestion facilities in North America in Richmond BC for Harvest Power. The same process inhibition 

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Geoffrey Starin

Seattle, WA | geoff@stratasustainability.com Geoffrey Starin is Co-Founder and Chief Programs Officer for Strata Sustainability. In his working life, he has never had a job outside of the solid waste and environmental sector. With his partner Tim Hodge, Geoffrey Co-Founded Strata to bring innovative and sustainable solid waste management infrastructure to emerging markets in the LAC 

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Gretchen Losano

Lahaina, HI | gretchen@westmauigreencycle.com Gretchen Losano is the founder of West Maui Green Cycle.  While working diligently for the last 6 years to start a commercial composting facility in West Maui, she started the School Food Waste composting program in 2019, and has recieved enthusiastic county support for this program’s expansion during the last three 

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Hunt Briggs

Ann Arbor, MI | hbriggs@recycle.com Hunt Briggs is a senior consultant at RRS, bringing over 16 years of experience focused on environment, sustainability, and the Circular Economy. Leading the firm’s organics practice, Hunt partners with brands and retailers in the private sector with a focus on  strategy related to packaging and organics, as well as 

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Isaac Bearg

South Orange, NJ | isaac@njcomposting.com Vice President, is an MBA from Boston University with concentrations in Finance and Energy and Environmental Sustainability. As a professional he has completed projects investigating investments into compost and anaerobic digestion exploring the regulatory and market drivers for successful programs both on behalf of national impact investors and small composting 

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Jairo Gonzalez

Delray Beach, FL | jairo@njcomposting.com Jairo Gonzalez, Founder/Trustee/President, NJCC – Along with his team Jairo was able to achieve 501c3 and 501c6 status for two organizations, moving from a committee to a full stand alone USCC chapter. Through these non-profits jairo has worked to assist the state in bringing much needed legislation and regulatory reform 

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Jake Saavedra

Bainbridge Island, WA | jake@compostingtechnology.com Jake is Chief Technology Officer at Green Mountain Technologies, heading up the controls engineering team and coordinating hardware and software development. Since joining Green Mountain Technologies in 2017 Jake has designed and commissioned control systems for over 50 composting facilities. He uses his industry knowledge to push the cutting edge 

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Jean Bonhotal

Ithaca, NY | jb29@cornell.edu Jean has worked at the Cornell Waste Management Institute in solid waste education for over 30 years  Reducing, repurposing, recycling and composting solid and organic residuals to mine and redirect resources from our waste stream is a systematic way to manage our waste stream. She works on composting feedstock from food 

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Jeff Gage

Bainbridge Island, WA | jeff@compostingtechnology.com Jeff Gage has been the Senior Systems Designer at Green Mountain Technologies for the past decade, providing large scale composting facility designs and startup operational support to some of the largest and most innovative composting projects within the Western United States. He has presented at USCC conferences at almost every 

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Jeff Ziegenbein

Rancho Cucamonga, CA | jziegenb@ieua.org Jeff Ziegenbein is the Regional Organics Manager for the Inland Empire Utilities Agency. He is the site manager of the largest indoor compost facility in North America, the Inland Empire Regional Compost Authority (IERCA). IERCA has been in compliance with the most strict Air Pollution Control regulations in the United States, the 

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Jeffrey Neal

Washington, DC | jeffrey@loopclosing.com Before founding Loop Closing LLC, Commander Jeffrey Neal, Retired, served a 24 year career in the United States Navy as a Civil Engineer Corps Officer solving our most complex operations and facilities problems by leading innovation and change for our nation’s Navy and Marine Corps bases worldwide. He holds the Compost 

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Jessica Toth

Encinitas, CA | jessica@solanacenter.org Jessica has overseen the turnaround at 40-year-old Solana Center for Environmental Innovation, leading with her vision of landfills free of edible and compostable material. Solana Center established curbside recycling in southern California and is now a dynamic nonprofit fostering environmental change through education and consulting.  Jessica was honored recently as one 

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Kara Brewer Boyd

Richmond, CA | matt@mattcotton.com Kara Brewer Boyd is President of the Association of American Indian Farmers which provides advocacy and technical assistance to American Indian farmers and ranchers, an advisor for the Native Organizers Alliance, and co-founder of Indigenous Cultural Ways. She was appointed to a Legislative Committee to address Indian Children Welfare laws and 

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Karen Hills

Puyallup, WA | khills@wsu.edu Karen Hills has been a Research Associate with Washington State University’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources since 2018. She contributes to several projects involving re-use of organic materials. Karen developed her interest in the natural world during her formative years, which were spent in interior Alaska. She earned a 

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Kathy Kellogg Johnson

Carson, CA | kathyjohnson@kellogggarden.com Kathy Kellogg Johnson is a third-generation leader of Kellogg Garden Products. In addition to serving as Chairman of the Board, Kathy is a passionate advocate for the regenerative potential of compost both in gardens and in agriculture. Participants will learn from other Kellogg employees on the tour as well, who will 

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Kevin Barnes

Bakersfield, CA | kbarnes@ppeng.com Kevin Barnes has managed solid waste and recycling systems for over 40 years. He ran a family business, merged with a corporate waste firm, and later ran two municipal waste operations. As the Solid Waste Director for the City of Bakersfield, he built and operated one of the largest public composting 

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Kourtnii Brown

Los Angeles, CA | kourtnii.brown@gmail.com Kourtnii Brown is a worm wrangler, soil slinger, and the Founder and Director of Common Compost in Oakland, California. Her on-site community compost projects empower sustainable resource recovery and improve local food systems in Alameda, Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles counties. Before Common Compost was hatched, Kourtnii spent 15 years 

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Kristine Ellsworth

Albany, NY | kristine.ellsworth@dec.ny.gov Kristine Ellsworth is an Assistant Environmental Engineer for the NYS Department of Environmental Conversation Organics Reduction & Recycling section where she provides regulatory guidance and technical assistance on composting facilities, implements the NYS Food Donation & Food Scraps Recycling law and develops funding programs for organics related projects. Kristine has presented 

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Leah Marie Retherford

Ridgewood, NY | leah.retherford@atlasorganics.net Leah is a Project Manager in the Engineering Department at Atlas Organics. In this role she supports permitting, regulatory compliance, compost quality, and developing new processing technology. She has worked in the composting, agriculture, and horticulture fields for the past 20 years. Prior to Atlas, she worked at the NYC Compost Project 

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Leo Beckerman

San Francisco, CA | leo@zerofoodprint.org Leo Beckerman serves as the Director of Operations for Zero Foodprint, ensuring programs and operations have the maximum impact in the fight against climate change. He oversees strategy and day to day management of programs including Compost Connector in California and the Restore Grants, available to land stewards implementing Climate 

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Lewis Segl

Minneapolis, MN | lewis.segl@mspmac.org Lewis is the Waste Management Specialist for the Metropolitan Airports Commission which owns and operates the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and six reliever airports in the Twin Cities. He has worked in the waste management field for 11 years. Starting as a recycling worker for the University of St. Thomas in 

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Linda Bilsens Brolis

Davis, WV | lbilsens@ilsr.org Linda Bilsens Brolis is the Senior Project Manager for ILSR’s Composting for Community Initiative. Linda has managed ILSR’s Neighborhood Soil Rebuilders Composter Training Program since 2014 and led the development of ILSR’s Community Composting 101 Online Certificate Course. She also leads ILSR’s work advancing on-farm composting and its participation in the 

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Lynn Fang

Pomona, CA | lynn@lacompost.org Lynn Fang, MS is a recognized educator, leader, and scientist in composting systems as integrated aspects of ecological land management. She has extensive experience developing projects, teaching, and presenting on compost, soil health, and site design, from community workshops to college courses to the CalRecycle Soil Stewardship Training for new community 

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Mary Matava

Oceanside, CA | mary@agriserviceinc.com Mary obtained her degree in Agronomy from Oregon State University in 1979. After moving to California, she started an agricultural consulting and laboratory business Agri Service, to serve the local farming and landscape industries. The laboratory afforded a unique opportunity to study the local soils and our diversified Southern California crops. 

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Matthew Cotton

Richmond, CA | matt@mattcotton.com Matthew Cotton has worked in the composting industry since 1986. He has served as a consultant, educator, researcher, and advocate for new and expanded organics recycling and composting programs in California and beyond. Mr. Cotton has completed hundreds of significant organics projects, including permitting and assisting in the development of some 

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Md Mahfuz Islam

Raleigh, NC | mislam25@ncsu.edu I joined North Carolina State University as a Ph.D. student in the Spring-2021 Semester. I completed my BS in Soil, Water and Environment and MS in Environmental Science from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.  My current research focuses on managing compacted construction sites and roadside soils to improve stormwater infiltration primarily 

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Michael Bryan-Brown

Bainbridge Island, WA | mbb@compostingtechnology.com Mr. Bryan-Brown is President and founder of Green Mountain Technologies and has a degree in Environmental Engineering from Tufts University. He has over 30 years of experience in the fields of composting, biosolids management and wastewater treatment plant design. He holds 4 patents and has developed systems for a wide 

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Michael Martinez

Los Angeles, CA | matt@mattcotton.com Michael is a former elementary school teacher, a father of two, and the Founder and Executive Director of LA Compost. Michael has grown LA Compost from a group of volunteers collecting organics using bikes, to a decentralized network of community compost hubs that span across the most populated county in 

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Nicole Chardoul

Ann Arbor, MI | nchardoul@recycle.com Nicole Chardoul, a licensed professional engineer, certified hazardous materials manager, and certified compost professional, is Principal and Vice President at Resource Recycling Systems, a resource management consulting firm headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI. Nicole brings expertise in resource management, organics program design, construction management and engineering. Nicole is actively working 

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Nina Sevilla

San Francisco, CA | nsevilla@nrdc.org Nina Sevilla works to ensure we have a sustainable, healthy, and equitable food system for all. She helps lead federal policy advocacy on food waste, works with cities to reduce food waste through NRDC’s Food Matters project, and works with partners to run a consumer education campaign, Save The Food. 

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Orion Black-Brown

Bainbridge Island, WA | obb@compostingtechnology.com Orion started working in the compost industry 2017, and has since helped composters successfully design, construct and operate over a dozen facilities. He is a two time speaker at the USCC conference and holder of two composting related provisional patents. Orion also spent three years in new product development, supporting 

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Regina Cagle

Hunt Valley, MD | rcagleirr@eaest.com Regina Cagle Irr, P.E. is an environmental engineer with over 14 years of experience providing design, permitting and construction phase support for municipal engineering projects, including solid waste, organics, waste diversion and zero waste projects. Ms. Cagle Irr has supported concept-level organics facility planning; organics recycling technology reviews; feedstock assessments; 

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Reneé Wallace

Detroit, MI | renee@doersedgellc.com Reneé has the privilege of leading three entrepreneurial entities, Doers Edge LLC (CEO), FoodPLUS Detroit (Executive Director) and ReMark Composting Solutions (Co-Founder & President). She has been a facilitative leader, business consultant and coach for three decades, specializing in development of strategic engagement and execution systems for industry and community-based organizations. 

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Ron Alexander

Apex, NC | ron@alexassoc.net Mr. Alexander is the President of R. Alexander Associates, Inc., a company specializing in product and market development for organic recycled products. He is a horticulturalist with over 38 years of experience working with compost. In the 1980’s (and early 90’s), Mr. Alexander ran one of the first compost brokerage companies 

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Ryan Cerrato

Garnet Valley, PA | ryan.cerrato@denaliwater.com Mr. Cerrato currently serves as the Vice President of Product Marketing for WeCare Denali where he oversees all of the company’s Product Sales and Marketing related activities and staff, and manages a large portfolio of customers. Mr. Cerrato started with Denali as a Director and was responsible for the development 

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Ryan Cooper

Lexington, KY | ryan.cooper@rubicon.com Ryan Cooper is the Director of Circular Economy Solutions at Rubicon, a software platform that provides smart waste and recycling solutions for businesses and governments worldwide. Prior to designing, implementing and managing thousands of organics recycling programs at Rubicon, Ryan helped develop composting programs for businesses and municipalities at the Sustainable 

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Sally Brown

Seattle, WA | slb@uw.edu Sally has her MS and PhD from the University of Maryland. She is a born and bread New Yorker who has successfully transitioned to the Pacific Northwest. She is a true devotee of all recycled organics. Session Code: 1E Track: Uses, Markets and Marketing Session Name: P in my Compost? Navigating 

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Samantha Winkle

Puyallup, WA | Samantha.Winkle@WasteConnections.com Samantha is the Assistant District Manager at LRI and Silver Springs Organics, an extremely dynamic post collection district within Waste Connections. Samantha has managed three of Waste Connections composting facilities in the Pacific Northwest. She has been involved with permitting, construction, design, redesign and daily operations of each facility. She served 

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Sarah Hobson

Burlington, VT | sahobson@uvm.edu Graduate researcher at The University of Vermont in microplastic contamination of compost (emphasis on Vermont) and microplastic impacts on soil biogeochemical cycling (emphasis on agricultural soil). Life-long composter, humanure extraordinaire, and environmental engineer in training (EIT). International background and engaged in food rescue and local mutual aid community efforts. Session Code: 

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Scott Subler

State College, PA | ssubler@climeco.com Scott is a widely recognized scientific, policy, and business expert in the areas of greenhouse gas mitigation and environmental credit programs and markets. He joined ClimeCo in 2015 and serves as its Chief Science Officer and Leader of the Project Development Team. Early in his career, he was a research 

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Sophia Jones

Washington, DC | sjones@ilsr.org Sophia Jones, Policy and Development Associate  –  Sophia works on the Composting for Community team at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR) researching, analyzing, and building local and federal US policies that advance community composting. The policy work focuses on advancing diverse and distributed approaches to composting to create jobs, enhance 

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Srividhya Viswanathan

San Diego, CA | sviswanathan@scsengineers.com Bio coming soon Session Code: D1 Track: California Session Name: Regulatory Trends and Experience Session Time: Wednesday, Jan 25, 8:15 to 9:45 AM Presentation Title: Lessons Learned – 1383 Compliance Presentation Description: SCS developed an SB 1383 Roadmap, which we customized for each municipality. The Roadmap outlines the requirements of 

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Suzie Boxman

Raleigh, NC | sboxman@erefdn.org Suzie Boxman is the Director of Programs at the Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF), which directs and funds scientific research that advances sustainable waste management practices. Prior to her role at EREF she worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Sustainable Materials Management and the America Recycles efforts. Suzie 

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Ted Dirkx

Altoona, IA | tdirkx@vermeer.com After studying composting and graduating with a degree in Environmental Studies from Central College he joined equipment manufacturer Vermeer Corporation in Pella, Iowa. For the past 11 years he has been traveling about 25 weeks a year roaming North America and beyond helping organizations setup compost facilities, manufacture mulch, clear land, 

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Tim O’Neill

Seattle, WA | tim@compostsystems.com Tim is founder and president of ECS and has worked in compost industry for 30 years. Under his leadership ECS has provided engineering and/or process technology to 100’s of large-scale composting facilities. He is active in compost process science and compost air emissions research. Tim serves as a Trustee for the Compost 

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Tim Steckel

Cleveland Heights, OH | hot@compost-marketing.com Tim Steckel is a Digital Marketing Expert and Founder of Compost Marketing Agency. He holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration / Service Management with his majors in Financial Services and graduated from Harz University of Applied Sciences (Wernigerode, Germany). He is an active participant in the Ohio Compost Council and 

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Todd Williams

Sunset Beach, NC | todd.williams3@jacobs.com Mr. Williams has a 42-year career in environmental engineering with experience and specific emphasis in the biosolids and residuals management field. Mr. Williams is a recognized biosolids composting expert having supported the development and operation of over 100 biosolids composting projects. Mr. Williams has delivered over 200 technical presentations specific to 

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Veronica Pardo

Sacramento, CA | veronica@resourcecoalition.org Veronica Pardo serves as the Regulatory Affairs Director for the Resource Recovery Coalition of California. Thanks to the growing complexity of the waste and recycling industry since the passage of California’s Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, Veronica has the pleasure of working on a diversity of issues ranging from waste diversion 

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Xinci Tan

Santa Rosa, CA | xinci.tan@sonoma-county.org As the Organics Program Manager for Zero Waste Sonoma, I oversee contracts, education, and policies related to composting in Sonoma County, CA. One of my primary responsibilities is assisting the Cities and County in implementing the state law Senate Bill (SB) 1383: Short-lived Climate Pollutants, which mandates residential and commercial 

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