Greg Williams and Naomi Lue Celebrate 20 Years at CVSan!

Castro Valley Sanitary District (CVSan) would like to congratulate Collection System Maintenance Supervisor Greg Williams and Zero Waste Supervisor Naomi Lue for each of their 20 years of service to the community as an employee of CVSan.

In 2002, Greg Williams began his career at CVSan as a Collection System Maintenance Worker, was promoted to Senior Collection System Maintenance Worker in 2004, and became the Collection System Maintenance Supervisor in 2017. In 2002, Naomi Lue began her career at CVSan as an intern. She was promoted to Administrative Technician in 2003, then to Solid Waste Specialist II in 2006, Solid Waste Coordinator in 2008, and finally, Zero Waste Supervisor in 2011. Over the past 20-plus years, Greg and Naomi have helped implement programs that have made CVSan an industry leader. Some of their highlight accomplishments include:

  • Greg has been an active member of the California Water Environment Association (CWEA) for 18 years, has volunteered at numerous conferences, seminars, and trainings, and holds a CWEA Collection System Maintenance Grade 4 certification.
  • Naomi has led the ZW Department to receive numerous industry awards, including California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Award for Outstanding School Recycling Program in 2022, California Public Information Officials (CAPIO) Epic Award for Video Production and Marketing in 2019, and eight more awards from CAPIO in 2015 and 2016, Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) Bronze Excellence Award in 2016, Green California Leadership Award in 2016, and others. In 2019, Naomi was recognized by Waste 360 with the 40 Under 40 Award.

“It has been my great honor to have worked with Greg and Naomi over the past 20 years. They are true professionals in their fields who continue to serve Castro Valley with the utmost dedication,” stated CVSan General Manager Roland Williams. Congratulations to Greg and Naomi for your exemplary service to the residents of Castro Valley!

About CVSan: Castro Valley Sanitary District (CVSan) is a public agency organized under the Health and Safety Code of the State of California. As a California Special District, CVSan is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the sanitary sewer collection system within the unincorporated community of Castro Valley. CVSan is also in charge of the administration of a solid waste collection franchise, and the implementation and administration of state and local mandated recycling programs, among other duties.