Dr. Sally Brown
University of Washington
Sally Brown is a Professor at the University of Washington. Sally Brown received her MS and PhD under Dr. Rufus Chaney in 1996 at the University of Maryland. Her dissertation was on the Long-term effects of biosolids application on agricultural soils. Her work with biosolids started there and hasn’t stopped since. She is a Fellow in the Soil Science Society of America and was a two term member of the National Academy of Science Committee on Soil Science. She writes a monthly column for BioCycle Magazine and Northwest Biosolids Resource Library for members only.
Madeline Pierce Desjardins
Jim Dunbar, P.E
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Deirdre Griffin-Lahue, PhD
Karla was previously a wastewater process engineer at King County’s Brightwater WWTP and San Francisco’s Oceanside Plant. Karla has twenty years of experience in water and wastewater Operations.
Also Worked with Liquid Environmental Solution for 2+ Years as Regional VP and GM over all Septic and DrainCleaning in the company.
Last 2+ years is co-owner and VP of M&J Consulting, doing Business Consulting, Sales Training along with other Industry Training Services.
JR has performed work and managed the service plumbing, septic pumping & portable toilet industry for 40 years. JR is licensed in a dozen counties in Washington State as a Pumper, Operation and Maintenance Specialist and Septic Installer. JR has served on boards including National On-Site Wastewater Recycling Association & Northwest Bio-Solids Management Association, Electrical Review committee, and WAC Review / re-write for State of Washington. JR is also Past President of Washington On-Site Sewage Association and is a certified instructor for On-Site Industry.
He has a BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and is a Registered Professional Engineer.
Regents Professor at the University of Arizona
Engineered Compost System’s Director of Business Development
Rebecca played key roles in multiple state and federally funded projects that used biosolids and recycled water. Before her position with King County, she worked for the Washington State Department of Ecology, providing technical assistance to nearly 300 biosolids-permitted facilities. Rebecca holds a Master of Science in Environmental and Forest Resources from the University of Washington.