Lombardi is currently a Strategic Advisor to Eco-Cycle International, and an Associate to the Social Enterprise World Forum. As the Executive Director of Eco-Cycle from 1989 to 2014, he grew the organization to become one of the largest community-based recycling social enterprises in the world with a staff of 80 and processing 50,000 tons of diverse recycled materials per year. He was invited to the Clinton White House in 1998 as one of the Top 100 USA Recyclers, and was a co-founder and past President of the U.S. GrassRoots Recycling Network. He was also the co-founder of the Zero Waste International Alliance (2002), based in Wales, and served from 1997-2004 on the U.S. National Recycling Coalition’s (NRC) Policy Work Group, and was an executive Board member of the NRC from 1991-1995. In 1992, he co-founded the U.S. Nonprofit Recyclers Council. CONTRIBUTIONS
Social Enterprises in Zero Waste for Profit & Purpose | by Kate Bailey
August 2, 2019 from our Video Panels Join two global experts in exploring how the social enterprise business structure can transfer to the recycling and reuse sector.