Anna Werner

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Anna Werner, according to the CBS Channel 5 in San Francisco website, is "one of the nation's top investigative reporters, (and) is the chief of CBS 5's investigative unit. In 2010, Anna was named 'Chris Harris Reporter of the Year' by the Associated Press Radio and Television Association and 'Journalist of the Year' by the Consumer Federation of California. She also received 10 Emmy Award nominations, winning four, after receiving Emmy Awards as 'Reporter of the Year' in both 2008 and 2009. These honors are among many Anna has received. [1]


Reporting on San Francisco's Toxic Sewage Sludge

Anna Werner's March 3, 2010, report on the SFPUC giving away toxic sewage sludge as "organic Biosolids compost", appearing the evening before a major protest of the program at City Hall, forced the city to put the program on temporary suspension. [2]

The Food Rights Network released a major investigative report on July 9, 2010 titled: Chez Sludge: How the Sewage Sludge Industry Bedded Alice Waters. [3] It examines collusion between the Chez Panisse Foundation and the SFPUC based on an extensive open records investigation of the SFPUC internal files. (To view the internal documents see: SFPUC Sludge Controversy Timeline.)

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  1. CBS San Francisco Website Accessed July 7, 2010.
  2. [Anna Werner, Concern Over SF Compost Made from Sewage Sludge, CBS Channel 5, March 3, 2010.]
  3. John Stauber, Chez Sludge: How the Sewage Sludge Industry Bedded Alice Waters, PRWatch.org, July 9, 2010

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