List of Attachments for Comments NPDES Permit # CA0022764

List of Attachments for Comments on:

Proposed Waste Discharge Requirements and Master Reclamation Permit Order No. R1-2013-0001, NPDES Permit # CA0022764

Submitted 12-3-12 by Brenda Adelman for RRWPC

Submitted the following magazine separately to staff before Dec. 3rd deadline: San Francisco Medicine:  Journal of the SF Medical Society: Environmental Health; vol. 85 #5, June, 2012 (individual copies will be handed to Board Members at Dec. 6th Board meeting)

#1: RRWPCComments on Recycled Water Policy: Letters to State Water Control Board, December 22, 2008 and September 1, 2008

#2: RRWPC Comments on Recycled Water Policy Amendment & Attachments:  Brenda Adelman, July 1, 2012

#3: RRWPC Complaint to Regional Board:RRWPC Discovers Possible Irrigated Runoff on Stony Point Road from Santa Rosa’s recycled irrigation project: Brenda Adelman, February 10, 2012 (pictures on file in Regional Board Office and available on RRWPC Home Page)

#4: Vandenberg, L.N., et al.,Hormones and endocrine disrupting chemicals: low dose effects and non-monotonic dose responses. Endocrine Reviews, 2012. 33(3): p. 378- 455

#5: Dr. Laura Vandenberg: Comment letter on Amendment to Recycled Water Policy, June 27, 2012 plus attached article (also in magazine above), Environmental Chemicals: Large Effects from Low Doses, June 2012, San Francisco Medicine pages: 15-16

#6: Chemical “Soup” Clouds Connection between Toxins and Poor Health by Brendan Borrell, Scientific American, Nov. 23, 2012  (Interview with Linda Birnbaum)

#7:How Dangerous is your Couch? By Dashka Slater, New York Times, Sept. 6, 2012

#8: Chemical Use in Sonoma County Vineyards from State Pesticide Reports 2006-2010

#9: Frog scientist speaks of environmental peril, amphibian mass extinction, by Bo Petersen, AmphibaWeb, University of CA at Berkeley Dec. 3, 2012  (Dr. Tyrone Hayes is the person they are referring to here.  Dr. Hayes also contributed to study in #4 above.)

#10: How Chemicals Affect Us, Nicholas Kristof, New York Times, May 2, 2012

#11: Chemo Drugs Pose Serious Public Health Risks by Frank Carini, ecoRI News Staff, Nov. 19, 2012