WEBINAR July 19 – Investment and Innovation to Build a Circular Economy

A New Economic Model Focused on a Profitable and Sustainable Future

July 19, 2022

The transition from a linear to circular economy is the most significant restructuring of global commerce since the industrial revolution. It is a completely new system of how products are designed, manufactured, sold, refurbished and recycled into new products. The transition will provide a framework for global corporations and start ups alike to reduce costs, increase efficiency and protect the environment we share. Learn how a unique business partnership is leading the way and breaking new ground by offering several types of funding strategies for circular projects and  effecting research, analysis and pre-competitive collaborations to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. And literally see two examples of circularity in action that utilize innovative localized material recovery facilities (MRF’s) whose model is designed to empower communities and independent haulers.

When: Tuesday July 19, 2022 – 1:00-2:00pm EST / 10:00-11:00am PST

Webinar Presenter

Bob Anderson, Vice President, Closed Loop Partners

Registration Link: https://psu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_zQDLQx_fQhCjcYvxHwzpVQ

Presenter Biography

Bob Anderson, VP of Business Development and Growth at Closed Loop Partners, has worked in the solid waste industry for over 33 years. At CLP he is responsible for developing and executing projects for the Local Recycling Fund, Closed Loop Commodity Group and a clothing and electronics business unit called Retrievr, 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.