Rick Anthony

Director at Zero Waste San Diego
MPA/BA, San Diego, California
United States

Richard V. Anthony, Richard Anthony Associates, Principal 3891 Kendall Street, San Diego, CA 92109 (858) 272 2905 Ricanthony@aol.com richardanthonyassociates.com Vita: Richard V. Anthony began his career in Public Administration in 1971 as a manager of the California State University Long Beach Recycling Center. He received a MS in Public Administration in 1974. Mr. Anthony has worked his entire career in environmental program management positions. He is an internationally recognized and published expert in the area of Resource Management using the Zero Waste Systems approach. He has participated in developing Zero Waste plans since 1998. He has led International Dialogs on Zero Waste in Naimo Canada, Berkeley and San Francisco USA Florianopolis, Brazil, Puerto Princesa, Philippines, and Naples, Italy. Richard Anthony is a founder and member of the Board of Directors of the California Resource Recovery Association, the Grassroots Recycling Network, and the Zero Waste International Alliance. He has been a Professor of Zero Waste at Irvine Valley College and an Instructor in the Californian Resource Recovery Association Certificate Program. Zero Waste Mr. Anthony has nearly 20 years of experience working inside County Public Works Agencies as Principal Program Manager for the Fresno (79-87) and San Diego County Public Works Department (87-98). He has implemented waste reduction and recycling programs prescribed by the United States and the California Environmental Protection Agencies, the California Integrated Waste Management Board and the Department of Conservation for private and public clients recognized by State and National peer groups as best of the class. Honors: Recycler of the Year; California Resource Recovery Association 2003; Best Regional Recycling Program; National Recycling Coalition 1993; Best Recycling Program; California Department of Conservation 1990; National Environmental Leader CRRA, National Recycling Coalition 1987; Recycler of the Year; California Resource Recovery Association 1984.