Mr. Moore is president of Moore & Associates, an international consulting firm engaged in providing a range of market research and strategic services to the global recycling entities. The full services and background for Moore & Associates can be found on the company’s web site at www.MARecycle.com. He has had a forty year career as an environmental business professional. Prior to his many years as a consultant, he held a series of positions in the chemical, solid waste, paper, and recycling industries. This included Director of Recycling for Waste Management, Inc., where he was responsible for the startup of the “Recycle America” program, the largest introduction of recycling services in the United States. In the early part of his career, Mr. Moore was a hazardous and groundwater waste expert and was at the forefront of the US manufacturing industry’s move for waste reduction through process optimization. Mr. Moore’s unique knowledge base includes all aspects of the global supply and demand of recovered paper, where he is considered the leading expert. At Moore & Associates over the last twenty years, he has served over 300 clients on more than 500 projects on paper recycling engagements. Mr. Moore’s consulting project experience can be found at www.MARecycle.com/past-projects/. Mr. Moore is a sought after speaker throughout the world on subjects related to environmental issues as business opportunities and global recycling. He is highly published in the recycling field having authored more than fifty articles over the last twenty five years. A list of his publications can be found at www. MARecycle.com/articles/
Education: Mariaenrica Frigione received her Master degree in Chemical Engineering at University of Naples in 1989 (thesis published on Thermochimica Acta and presented to International Conferences) and her Ph.D. degree in Polymer Science and Technology at Loughborough University, U.K. in 1997 (results of the thesis published on European Polymer Journal (with more than 100 citations. Source: Scopus ), Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Advances in Polymer Technology and presented to International Conferences). Academic carrier: She worked as associate researcher at University of Salerno from 1990 to 1992. Then, she joined the Institute of Polymer Technology and Materials Engineering (IPTME) of Loughborough University, U.K., working as Research Assistant from 1992 to 1996. In 1997 she joined the Department of Materials Science of University of Lecce as Lecturer, in the field of Transport Phenomena in Chemical Engineering. From 2001 she is Associate Professor at University of Salento (former University of Lecce). 2014: Italian Academic Qualification of Full Professor.
She has been the responsible (coordinator) of University of Salento for the following competitive projects: • Explorative Research Project financed by Apulia Regional funds (POR) “Nanocomposites hybrid adhesives with superior durability employed in restoration applications of Leccese stone” (2006-08). • Strategic Research Project financed by Apulia Regional funds (POR) “Protection, consolidation and cleaning of stones characteristic of Apulia region: experimental analysis of environmental friendly products and monitoring of the treatments” (2009-13). • Mobility Project “INTER-ASIA” financed by Apulia Regional funds in the framework of Transnational Actions (2017-18).