The California Association of Sanitation Agencies, CASA, is one of the founding members of a new association organized to promote bioenergy generation in California. The Bioenergy Association of California (BAC), was officially launched today at an event in Sacramento. The organization was formed by companies and public agencies with an interest in promoting sustainable bioenergy development in California. Julia Levin, former Deputy Secretary for Climate Change and Energy at the California Resources Agency, is serving as the organization’s executive director.
CASA is the leading voice for public wastewater agencies regarding regulatory, legislative and legal issues.