CICC 30 Anniversary Pollution Prevention Awards Celebration
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CICC 30th Anniversary & Pollution Prevention Awards Celebration May 16, 2007 CICC Chairman Don Wood (Dow) share a light-hearted conversation with Maureen Gorsen, Director DTSC Assemblyman Bill Maze reads Member’s Resolution honoring CICC’s 30-years service to the industry. Honorary CICC Director, John Hooper (Stauffer Chemical –retired), received the Resolution on behalf of CICC Aslam Malik Ph.D., President of Ampac Fine Chemicals, speaks of his company’s commitment to voluntary Pollution Prevention The Honorable Bill Maze, John Ulrich (CICC Executive Director), CICC Honoree, John Hooper (V.P. Western Operations – Stauffer Chemical), pose for camera with Assembly Resolution Long-time Monsanto lobbyist and CICC Honoree Ken Davis (retired) join Assemblyman Bill Maze and John Hooper for photo CICC 30th Anniversary & Pollution Prevention Awards Celebration May 16, 2007 Richard Wilcoxon (former DTSC Director – retired) and DTSC Branch Chief, Greg Williams, catch-up on old times John and Penny Ulrich smile for the camera during a quiet moment before guest begin arriving Jill Reed, Ampac Fine Chemicals, has something to smile about. She and her Ampac team are about to be recognized for excellence and leadership in voluntary Pollution The Honorable and Mrs. Bill and Becky Maze . . . What a Prevention and Green Engineering. Congratulation! pleasure it was to have them join us for a part of the evening. CICC 30th Anniversary & Pollution Prevention Awards Celebration May 16, 2007 Tim Ogburn (DTSC), Arzell Hale (Searles Valley Minerals) and Maureen Gorsen (DTSC) share a light moment after the awards ceremony. Tim, together with Jessie Schnell (not pictured), approached CICC with the original concept for a Pollution Prevention (P2) Challenge Program. Without their personal efforts the program would not have materialized. CICC’s Arzell Hale, Executive Director (Searles Valley Minerals) and extends its sincere thanks to Tim and Jessie. Maureen Gorsen, Director DTSC. SV Minerals was recognized for excellence in voluntary Pollution Prevention resulting from a significant energy reduction project which also cut greenhouse gas emissions. Other key team members included SVM’s Mike Worley and Ross May. L to R: Dow Chemical Co’s Todd Lorentz, Randy Fischback, Sandy Galganski; DTSC Director, Maureen Gorsen; and CICC Executive Director John Ulrich. DTSC and CICC jointly present a Pollution Prevention Challenge Recognition Award to Dow for its efforts to minimize the number of even the smallest fugitive emissions. Continuous improvement in Pollution Prevention runs in the Fischback family. Randy’s father, Bryant Fischback (Dow), was a CICC Pioneer, who in 1989 played a significant role in helping to craft SB-14, the original CA Pollution Prevention statute. CICC congratulations the Dow team! CICC 30th Anniversary & Pollution Prevention Awards Celebration May 16, 2007 Maureen Gorsen, Director CA Department of Toxic Substances Control presents Pollution Prevention recognition award plaque to Ampac President, Aslam Malik, Ph.D. “We are the stewards of the environment, and I am personally committed in developing opportunities that are not only profitable and will create jobs in California, but are also GREEN.” Aslam Malik, Ph.D. The Ampac Team - L to R: Brent Kelson, Process Engineer; James Pilney, VP Operations; Olivier Dapremont, PhD, Chromatography Specialist; Jill Reed, Environmental Manager; Aslam Malik, PhD, President; Maureen Gorsen, Director, DTSC; Larry Zeagler, Program Manager; Martha M. Murray, Director, EHS; Joseph Campbell, Director, Process Engineering; Rose Nguyen, Facility and Process Engineer. CICC says -Great job, Ampac!