Bruce Wolfe has been the Executive Officer of the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board since 2003. He oversees the 120 staff of the Water Board in carrying out the Board’s mission of understanding, protecting, enhancing, and restoring the Bay and the Region’s waters. Prior to his appointment, Bruce had been the Board’s division chief for implementing watershed management programs, including control and restoration of impacts to wetlands and streams, stormwater pollution control, nonpoint source control, implementation of wastewater reuse, and control of discharges of waste to land.
Bruce started with the Water Board in 1977, and, in addition to his watershed management oversight, has overseen the Board’s drinking water well investigation program and its Superfund and fuel leak cleanup programs, has had direct responsibility for permitting wastewater treatment plants and landfills, and developed the Board’s initial program to oversee wastewater treatment plant operations and maintenance. Bruce is a registered professional engineer in California, and holds a B.S in Civil Engineering and an M.S. in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Stanford University.