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Introduction & Mission Statement

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Tuesday, September 11—The Industrial Association is fortunate to have Dorothy Rothrock, Executive Director, California Manufacturers and Technology Association and Catherine Reheis-Boyd, President, Western States Petroleum Association as our September Forum speakers.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE: : "A New Regulatory Climate: An Industry Leadership Perspective."

AB 617 originated in negotiations regarding the extension of Cap and Trade. Its intent is to respond to concerns about high air pollution levels in local communities. Its goal is to directly address toxics and criteria pollutants in the most impacted communities. Program components include community monitoring and community emissions reduction plans, review of Best Available Retrofit Control Technology (BARCT) and emissions reporting coordination. This is a cooperative effort between local air districts and the CA Air Resources Board (CARB).

In 2014 Dorothy Rothrock was named the President of CMTA, the only statewide organization solely dedicated to advocating on behalf of the state’s manufacturing and technology companies. She had been an energy lobbyist and the Association’s VP of Government Affairs since 2000. .

Catherine Reheis-Boyd has served as the President of the Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA) since January 1, 2010. She oversees the trade organization’s operations and advocacy in five Western states – California, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, and Oregon.

Remember to please RSVP. Payment after September 4th or at the door for all attendees will be $50 each.  Details  ^  Online Registration  ^  Flier

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An Introduction

The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County (IACCC) began its existence in the early 1900s as The Industrial Association of Pittsburg. From humble beginnings with just a few local companies, it now includes members from Contra Costa and Solano Counties. It is an organization of many different industries which brings together companies and organizations who are leaders in the economic vitality of this important part of the seventh largest economy in the world.


Mission Statement

The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County is a voluntary membership association of many different industrial manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and users. Our purpose is to provide opportunities for individual companies and organizations to leverage their resources to participate in public policy issues that affect the industries in this area.

VISION: The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County promotes a thriving industrial community providing a high quality of life for Contra Costa County and its residents.

MISSION: The Industrial Association of Contra Costa County provides its industrial and business members opportunities to share information and concerns about issues and trends affecting the economic vitality and quality of life in Contra Costa County.

The Association is committed to:

  • Providing safe operation of facilities, ensuring a healthy workplace and providing a clean environment
  • Supporting responsible industrial and community growth
  • Disseminating useful and pertinent information
  • Providing collaborative solutions on policy and social issues affecting the viable economic success of our industrial and business members
  • Representing member companies in public forums on important issues

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