California Bioresources Alliance Symposium: A Call to Action
The eighth annual California Bioresources Alliance Symposium:
“A Call to Action,” will focus on recent California legislation
addressing bioresources and the Bioenergy Action Plan, ways to address
biogas challenges faced by dairies and wastewater plants, facility
siting issues, bioenergy from forestry products, and use of
bioresources for mine reclamation.
Conference attendees will also tour the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District’s Biosolids Recycling Facility and BioGas Enhancement Facility / FOG station. Each year, the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant processes 26,000 dry tons of biosolids, 30 percent of which is beneficially recycled at the BRF. The site visit will highlight how the BRF fits into California’s regulatory history.
Who should attend?
for all those involved with organic residuals, the symposium brings
together industry professionals, municipalities, regulators,
legislators, state and federal agencies, researchers, financers and
2013 Planning Committee Members
U.S. EPA Region 9, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, CalRecycle, Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board, State Water Resources Control Board, California Energy Commission, UC Davis Extension, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, California Association of Sanitation Agencies, Western United Dairymen and Teru Talk.