ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING & CONFERENCE
June 9, 2021 ~ Webinar
11:30AM - 1:00PM
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.
Philip Mainolfi, Project Manager, HF&H Consultants, LLC
"Procurement of Recovered Organic Waste Products – Strategies for Compliance"
Phil Mainolfi has over 13 years of financial, accounting and process automation
experience, as well as seven years of diverse experience in the solid waste
industry. While in the private sector, he spent several years managing solid waste
contract compliance for 46 municipalities and government agencies; developing financial models, automating financial reporting processes, designing and developing management reporting tools, and managing external audits. Phil is a recognized expert in hauler/processor operations, zero waste planning, public outreach, and SB 1383 implementation.
Doug Walters, PE, BCEE, Chief Sustainability and Resiliency Officer, LA Sanitation
"SB 1383 and LA’s Green New Deal"
Doug Walters manages the strategic planning and implementation work related to environmental, economic and social equity issues to help realize Mayor Garcetti's vision of making Los Angeles the cleanest, greenest City in the U.S. He engages with planners, scientists, engineers, industries, not-for-profit organizations and ratepayer advocates to implement strategies and solutions to protect public health and the environment in the City of Los Angeles. During his tenure with LA Sanitation, he has helped transform ocean disposal of biosolids to a 100% beneficial reuse program, co-designed and implemented the City's first composting facility, managed landfill closure construction and energy recovery at the City’s landfills, and implemented the Proposition O program—a $500M stormwater bond that reduces flooding, improves water quality and creates open space in and around the City’s River, lakes and beaches.