Marilyn Bardet: Petcoke pollution in Benicia, photos going back to 1995

Email from Benicia activist Marilyn Bardet, October 7, 2021 On the Baykeeper article with drone video and photos of petcoke pollution at Port of Benicia I first heard a report about the petroleum coke plume spreading on the Strait from Benicia’s port on KQED radio yesterday, and now the Vallejo Sun (online news source—see link … Continue reading Marilyn Bardet: Petcoke pollution in Benicia, photos going back to 1995

Letter from Benicia’s Marilyn Bardet to BAAQMD: Must enforce refinery air monitor requirements

Copy of Marilyn Bardet’s letter, forcefully asking the Bay Area Air Quality Management District to follow through on promised enforcement of refinery air monitoring standards… From: Marilyn Bardet <email> Subject: BAAQMD oversight/enforcement of Reg 12 – Rule 15, the Petroleum Refining Emissions Tracking Rule. Date: October 21, 2020 at 3:37:37 PM PDT To: Marcy Hiratzka <email@baaqmd.gov> October 21, 2020 … Continue reading Letter from Benicia’s Marilyn Bardet to BAAQMD: Must enforce refinery air monitor requirements

Marilyn Bardet – mask recommendation

From my friend, Marilyn Bardet, September 12, 2020 Hello dear Friends and Family, By now I’m sure that each of you has your routine, mask-wearing habit down for social distancing and for simply breathing outside in our smoky air. But, do you like your mask? Is it protective against Covid AND smoke (deadly PM2.5 — … Continue reading Marilyn Bardet – mask recommendation

Bardet & Campbell correspondence: need for southwest Benicia air monitors

By Roger Straw, October 21, 2019 Correspondence now public, “for the record” – City to provide copies at workshop on Oct. 22 Following is an email thread between Benicia activist and environmental watchdog Marilyn Bardet and City Councilmember Tom Campbell, in which they richly detail the need for air monitoring in south and west Benicia. … Continue reading Bardet & Campbell correspondence: need for southwest Benicia air monitors