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We wish to thank all of our Exhibitors for supporting the annual California CUPA Forum Training Conference. Please take a moment to visit our exhibitor websites to learn more about their products and services.

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CUPA-2021
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Sheryl Baldwin / Justin Malan, CCDEH

The California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health (CCDEH) membership is comprised of Environmental Health Directors from 62 jurisdictions, including all 58 California counties and 4 California cities. Associate membership is open to all Environmental Health professionals (Membership App). Members of CCDEH are also members of the California Association of Environmental Health Administrators (CAEHA), which is the legislative arm of CCDEH.

CUPA-2021
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Sauda Yerabati, CA Dept of Public Health

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) works to protect the public's health in the Golden State and helps shape positive health outcomes for individuals, families and communities. The Department's programs and services, implemented in collaboration with local health departments and state, federal and private partners, touch the lives of every Californian and visitor to the state 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

CUPA-2021
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Robert Wise, US EPA Region 9

The mission of EPA is to protect human health and the environment. EPA works to ensure that: Americans have clean air, land and water; national efforts to reduce environmental risks are based on the best available scientific information; federal laws protecting human health and the environment are administered and enforced fairly, effectively and as Congress intended; environmental stewardship is integral to U.S. policies concerning natural resources, human health, economic growth, energy, transportation, agriculture, industry, and international trade, and these factors are similarly considered in establishing environmental policy; all parts of society--communities, individuals, businesses, and state, local and tribal governments--have access to accurate information sufficient to effectively participate in managing human health and environmental risks; contaminated lands and toxic sites are cleaned up by potentially responsible parties and revitalized; and chemicals in the marketplace are reviewed for safety.

CUPA-2021
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CalEPA Unified Program, Cal/EPA

In 1991, California's environmental authority was unified in a single Cabinet level agency, the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA). Our mission is to restore, protect and enhance the environment, to ensure public health, environmental quality, and economic vitality. We fulfill our mission by developing, implementing, and enforcing environmental laws that regulate air, water, and soil quality, pesticide use, and waste recycling and reduction. Our departments are at the forefront of environmental science, using the most recent research to shape the state's environmental laws.

CUPA-2021
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Jennifer Lorenzo, Cal Fire - OSFM

The mission of the State Fire Marshal is to protect life and property through the development and application of fire prevention engineering, education and enforcement.

CUPA-2021
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Fred Mehr, Cal OES

We protect lives and property, build capabilities, and support our communities for a resilient California. We achieve our mission by serving the public through effective collaboration in preparing for, protecting against, responding to, recovering from, and mitigating the impacts of all hazards and threats.

CUPA-2021
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Josilynn Spray, DTSC

The mission of DTSC is to protect Californias people and environment from harmful effects of toxic substances by restoring contaminated resources, enforcing hazardous waste laws, reducing hazardous waste generation, and encouraging the manufacture of chemically safer products.

CUPA-2021
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Laura Fisher, State Water Board

To preserve, enhance, and restore the quality of California's water resources and drinking water for the protection of the environment, public health, and all beneficial uses, and to ensure proper water resource allocation and efficient use, for the benefit of present and future generations.

CUPA-2021
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Steve Reichow, NES Inc

NES is a nationally recognized leader in providing superior environmental health & safety training and consulting, clan lab training, industrial hygiene, safety oversight, and stormwater compliance services for government agencies, regulators, and private businesses throughout the U.S. We offer training across a broad range of EH&S topics to satisfy OSHA, EPA, and DOT training requirements in both traditional classroom-based format as well as online with live, instructor-led webinars and comprehensive self-paced program options. Our environmental consulting expertise includes facility/site audits, waste management & transportation guidance, tank assessments, documentation review, plan preparation, and best management practice advisement.

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Chris Bouldin, Tanknology

Tanknology is the world's largest provider of tank testing and environmental compliance services for petroleum systems.

CUPA-2021
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Dennis Tweedy, Tait Environmental Services

At TAIT, we are engineers to our core. We are passionate about ensuring that society can thrive. Our infrastructure is essential for our modern world, and we take pride in its progress. Protecting our environment is essential for a healthy planet. We are committed to protecting our precious communities from environmental risks posed by Fueling Systems, and we are the leader in this growing industry. Our projects create community. We design and manage the building of physical space that brings people together. We combine artistic creativity with functionality to meet the needs of the people we serve. We have a responsibility to plan and invest in the long term. As planners and developers, our philosophy is rooted in progress and innovation, while revering and upholding our past.

CUPA-2021
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Kathryn Shackleton, Clean Earth

Clean Earth is one of the largest specialty waste companies in the United States providing remediation, disposal, recycling, and beneficial reuse solutions for contaminated soil, dredged material, and hazardous and non-hazardous waste. Our vast portfolio of technologies and services touches nearly every industry that generates waste including energy, infrastructure, commercial, industrial, retail, and healthcare markets. It is our unique capability of providing a one-source, full-service solution to handle multiple waste streams from a single customer that separates us from the competition. Our processes are detailed, our due diligence is tireless, and our results provide unmatched recycling solutions for our customers with the utmost in customer service. Everyday Clean Earth takes a hands-on, dedicated approach to recycling and beneficially reusing waste that would otherwise go into landfills. Allow our team of experts to provide a customized waste disposal and recycling solution for your company, tailored to your needs, and your goals.

CUPA-2021
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Mark Landin, Southern California Edison

As one of the nation's largest electric utilities, we deliver power to 15 million people in 50,000 square-miles across central, coastal, and Southern California, excluding the City of Los Angeles and some other cities. We're working every day to reduce wildfire threats and improve safety throughout Southern California by updating our grid with fire-resistant poles and other equipment, taking preventative action through tree-trimming and other inspections, watching conditions 24/7 in high fire risk areas, and keeping our customers informed about PSPS events. From healthier air to stronger communities, we believe that clean, reliable energy makes life better for all of Southern California. Here's how were working toward our goal of an 80% carbon-free energy supply: making electric vehicles more affordable, connecting our customers with solar, and helping businesses cut energy costs.

CUPA-2021
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Sarah King, Booster Fuels

Booster Fuels, Inc. was founded in 2014 with a mission to make fueling up easier, safer, and more efficient. Booster has been delivering gas and diesel to fleets and office parks across California, Washington, Texas, and Tennessee, Maryland, and D.C. Our team specializes in high quality service. After training, our Service Professionals are Hazmat endorsed and prepared to deliver fuel.

CUPA-2021
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Gabriela Fitzmaurice, Temarry Recycling

Temarry Recycling was the first authorized company in the United States to be authorized by the Environmental Protection Agency to export certain wastes to Mexico. Located just outside of San Diego California, Temarry serves the business communities of the Western United States. We utilize our transportation assets for door to door and cradle to grave service. Temarry's services involve two primary processes: The retrieval of clean, usable solvents from waste products by distillation. The reduction or complete elimination of hazardous wastes using our Waste to Energy thermal treatment system. Our system utilizes valuable energy from solid hazardous waste. Recovery of water from hazardous wastes including acids, bases, latex, coolants, and oily water. With the Temarry process, expensive solvents can be recovered and sold back into industry for reuse, thereby eliminating the need for costly disposal or inefficient fuel blending. Today, Temarry serves over 3000 waste generators in the Western United States and receives waste from all geographical areas of Mexico. Temarry exports recovered solvents to the USA, Brazil, Malaysia, and Pakistan.

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Richard Casagrande, Calif Compliance School

California Compliance School (CCS) is an innovative, activity-based training program that will teach you the basics of complying with the confusing maze of environmental regulations in a fun and interesting format. Using experts in the field of adult learning principles, the team of curriculum development specialists at CCS put together a performance-based program that addresses the most common questions and practices of environmental compliance for hazardous waste generators. Performance-based means that, during the course of the class, you will learn what you need to know to apply these skills to your business operations. This keeps you in compliance, saves money through waste reduction, and may prevent you from getting fined. As you can imagine, this format is dramatically different from sitting for eight hours in front of an instructor who lectures the whole time, without really giving you an opportunity to demonstrate that you have learned anything--or to practice what you may have learned. The credit for the CCS concept goes to employees of the Department of Toxic Substances Control. They realized the need for basic hazardous waste management training but recognized that an institution of adult learning (a college) would be better equipped to develop and provide the training than a regulatory agency. Their vision was a "Traffic School" for hazardous waste generators, which would allow fines for certain violations to be "forgiven" by the DTSC and today that vision is a reality.

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Tony Phan, Trinity Consultants

Founded in 1974, Trinity Consultants helps organizations overcome complex, mission-critical challenges in EHS, engineering, and science through expertise in consulting, technology, training, and staffing. We support clients in geographies worldwide and across a broad range of sectors including industrial, energy, manufacturing, mining, life sciences, and commercial/institutional. We help clients achieve compliance with applicable regulations, international standards, and company specifications, enabling them to avoid business disruption, speed products to market, address stakeholder concerns, and achieve business objectives.

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Darryl Booth, Accela

For nearly 20 years, Accela has been an industry leader in designing and delivering government software to improve efficiency, increase citizen engagement and enable the development of thriving communities. Today, citizens are savvy to how services should be delivered, and expect a consistently convenient, openly transparent view into their local government. While government agencies struggle to do more with less, our mission has never been more critical. Accela provides a robust, cloud-based platform of government software solutions that accelerate growth, efficiency and transparency in communities of all sizes. From planning, to building, to service request management and more, Accelas SaaS offerings level the playing field for small and medium governments, and enable smaller agencies to leverage larger city technologies. Our open and flexible technology helps agencies address specific needs today, while ensuring they are well prepared for the emerging challenges of the future. It takes a complex ecosystem of government leaders, citizens, local businesses and technology partners to create smart cities. Our platform of government software provides solutions for out-of-the-box implementation and are agile to accommodate future innovation and growth.

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Nickole James, Esri

Who we are We are the global market leader in GIS and have helped customers improve results since 1969. What we do We build ArcGIS, the worlds most powerful mapping and spatial analytics software. See what others can't Combine information, find patterns, and make connections. Organizations are using The Science of Where to see a world others can't.

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Callie Yow, PaintCare

PaintCare is the non-profit that represents paint manufacturers to plan and operate paint stewardship programs in U.S. states that pass paint stewardship laws. PaintCare began in Oregon as a three-year pilot program. After successfully demonstrating that the industry can design and deliver a program for post-consumer paint management, the Oregon program became permanent through new legislation in 2013. Similar laws have passed in California, Colorado, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Maine, Minnesota, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Programs in Washington and New York are expected to begin operation in 2021. In PaintCare states, we encourage households, businesses, and individuals to take their unwanted, leftover paint to a PaintCare drop-off site. There it is sorted and managed for reuse, recycling, energy recovery, or safe disposal. Most locations are paint retailers, which are convenient locations open year-round and seven days a week. Across the nine PaintCare states, there are more than 1,750 drop-off sites, 77% of which are paint retailers. PaintCare is funded through fees on each container of architectural paint sold in states and jurisdictions with paint stewardship programs. Budgets and fees are set on a state-by-state basis.