CVSan’s Naomi Lue Appointed to the Board of the California Product Stewardship Council

California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC) has appointed CVSan’s Zero Waste Supervisor, Naomi Lue, to their Board of Directors. CPSC is a powerful network of local government, non-government organizations, businesses, and individuals supporting policies and projects where producers share in the responsibility for managing problem products at the end of their life cycle. CPSC is California’s thought leader and expert on Product Stewardship and Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR).

Naomi Lue has been a CVSan employee for more than 20 years and oversees and directs Castro Valley’s award-winning Zero Waste programs and services. 

“On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of CPSC, we are absolutely thrilled to have added Naomi Lue to the Board. She brings a significant level of expertise and professionalism to the table that will only enhance the great work that CPSC does to help protect the environment and the health of our communities here in the state,” stated Doug Kobold, Executive Director of the CPSC.

“CPSC is a nimble non-profit organization that makes change happen. I supported the effort to author and pass Alameda County’s Safe Drug Disposal Ordinance, which was significant leading extended producer responsibility, and look forward to bringing my experience in trailblazing innovation to a diverse Board of Directors,” stated Naomi Lue.

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