John C. Gundlach

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John C. Gundlach is an associate (consultant) at Garick LLC. Prior to working at Garick, Gundlach worked for the Inland Empire Utilities Agency, where he was managed the industrial waste department (1989-99) and, later, the organic waste department. In these roles, he managed biosolids (sewage sludge), manure, food waste recycling, and industrial wastewater programs. Inland Empire Utilities Agency composts its sewage sludge and provides it to garden companies Kellogg Garden Products and The Scotts Company for inclusion in their compost products, which are sold to gardeners.

"Mr. Gundlach has held the title of Project Manager for the Inland Empire Regional Composting Facility, the largest indoor biosolids composting facility in the United States. Additionally, he served as President of the Association of Compost Producers and in 1992 was the CWEA-SARBS Industrial and Hazardous Waste Person of the Year. Mr. Gundlach received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Colorado State University, Fort Collins."[1]

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  1. Garick Solutions - Our Team, Accessed April 30, 2011.

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