Pennsylvania Recycling Markets Center
President / CEO, Bob Bylone
Hosts a Live, One-on-One Conversation with
Vice President of Business Development and Growth, Bob Anderson
Friday, November 20 – 1:30 pm
Bob Anderson, Vice President of Business Development and Growth at Retrievr, has worked in the solid waste industry for over 33 years. He is responsible for developing and executing Retrievr’s national growth plan, focusing on municipal and hauler relationships.Bob came most recently from ReCommunity Recycling / FCR.
During his 12-year stewardship of the Mid-Atlantic region, processing more than tripled to over 530,000 tons per year. Bob managed some of the largest municipal contracts in the company, including the City of Philadelphia and Camden County, NJ.
Bob started his career at Browning-Ferris Industries (BFI) selling commercial waste services, where he managed a 90,000 household residential system before spending several years in M&A for BFI and Allied Waste after Allied’s successful acquisition of BFI in 1999.
Bob serves on the Board of Directors for the PA Recycling Markets Center in an executive capacity as Secretary and the Association of NJ Recyclers (ANJR). He was appointed by the Mayor of Philadelphia to serve on the Solid Waste and Recycling Advisory Committee, and he is a past Board Member of Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania.
Bob received his Bachelor of Science degree from Florida State University.
Robert (Bob) J. Bylone, President and Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Recycling Markets Center (RMC), leads a state-wide team to bring markets development assistance to an extensive list of stakeholders including entrepreneurs, manufacturers, recycled material processors, recycling programs, haulers, and agency officials.
Building and supporting Pennsylvania’s $22.6B recycling marketplace, RMC outreach includes feedstock supply connectivity, applied research and commercialization assistance, technology acceleration, and service as a concierge to technical and business growth information, bridging relationships between economic development and recycled materials supply.
With nearly 30-years in the industry, Bob has experience at Penn State University in water/wastewater training and research; as a County Recycling/Solid Waste Coordinator; Copperhead Chemical Company as a project/environmental, health, and safety engineer; and at Junkins Engineering as a project engineer. Bob has experience with projects completed in over 25 states and 30 industry sectors.
Bob is a US Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional, is trained as an ISO 14001 auditor, and is certified as a senior level recycling professional through the Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania (PROP).
Bob holds Master and Bachelor degrees in Environmental Engineering from Penn State University.