ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING & CONFERENCE WEBINAR
May 27, 2020
10:00AM - 11:30AM
On Wednesday, May 27th at 10:00am the Southern California Waste Management Forum will be hosting its Annual Business Meeting via a free webinar. Our speaker will be Chuck White, Senior Advisor at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP.
Chuck will be providing an overview of current solid waste legislation and regulations, including a discussion of the pressure being put on the State and CalRecycle to delay or modify the implementation of SB 1383.
The webinar will be held via Zoom Webinar and is free of charge. To register, please click on the link below. After you register, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the webinar. Please update to the newest version of Zoom for the best viewing. (For those of you who have already emailed us regarding your interest in the webinar, we kindly ask that you re-register via the link below.) Please update to the newest version of Zoom for the best viewing.
Thank you, we look forward to having you on the webinar.
Cynthia Vant Hul
Southern California Waste Management Forum
About Chuck White:
Chuck White leverages over 25 years of regulatory and environmental consulting experience, providing clients integrated, strategic advice on complex issues related to environmental policy. With a strong analytic background in the waste industry, government affairs and several professional trade associations, Chuck can advise on a range of matters, including solid waste, hazardous waste, air quality and water quality public policy issues.
Chuck comes to Manatt after heading a successful professional engineering practice offering consulting services related to California state government and environmental matters. As the former director of regulatory affairs with Waste Management in Sacramento for over 20 years, he gained an intimate understanding of how federal and state government regulations can impact key stakeholders in the environmental industry, having represented the interests of the waste management industry before federal, state and local agencies. He is a registered professional civil engineer with the state of California and has served in a number of advisory roles pertaining to the development of public waste policies, permitting, remediation and enforcement.
Forum members are invited to attend to the business affairs of the organization as well as an informative workshop.
• The Chairperson reports on Forum events of the past year.
• The Secretary-Treasurer presents the financial report.
• The members adopt a budget for the following fiscal year.
• The members elect 5 Directors to serve 3-year terms.
• The members conduct other official business as needed.
Any member interested in serving as a Director is encouraged to contact the Nominating Committee Chair.
Click the following link to send an E-mail. Nominating Committee.