Mr. Musterait, who is based in Buffalo, NY, will lead WSP’s Industrial Energy and Water Management practice, aiding clients in reducing energy and water consumption, implementing proper wastewater operations, developing suitable handling and disposal of waste streams, and sustainable practices.
In Mr. Musterait’s over twenty years of experience, he has managed environmental and energy projects across the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, Vietnam, South Korea, and India. This experience includes environmental project management and planning, optimizing energy and water use in industrial applications, water and wastewater treatment, and energy management. He also has expertise in industrial and commercial facility compliance, supply chain and manufacturing sustainability, site characterization, feasibility studies, and engineering design and management.
“With the ever increasing recognition of the economic importance of measuring, managing, and reporting on energy, water, wastewater, and waste, Todd offers clients the understanding and experience to deliver practical strategies in developing sustainable practices that also drive down costs, improving the company’s bottom line, says Mr. Chizzonite. Todd and his team will help these organizations succeed by providing comprehensive programs to optimize energy and water use and drive continuous improvements that use resources more efficiently, with the collateral benefit of reducing their environmental footprint.”
Previously, Mr. Musterait served as a technical program manager at HDR where he was responsible for industrial program management of energy, water, wastewater management, environmental affairs and sustainability. Prior to HDR, Mr. Musterait was the director of energy and water management at Rich Products Corporation and had global responsibility for energy, water and wastewater management at the company's manufacturing facilities. He led corporate sustainability initiatives for manufacturing operations, supported environmental affairs and implemented risk management policies and procedures. He also led Rich's Energy Star Partnership and contributed to the USEPA Energy Star Guide, "Energy Efficiency Improvement and Cost Savings Opportunities for the Baking Industry".
Mr. Musterait holds an M.E. in civil engineering from Clarkson University and a B.S. in civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire. He is a licensed professional engineer and holds certifications as an ISI Envision Sustainability professional and LEED Green Associate. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Association of Energy Engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers, and the Water Environment Federation.
About WSP USA: Headquartered in New York City, WSP USA has more than 1,000 staff in 35 offices across the U.S. Globally, WSP is a leading engineering, design, and environmental consultancy with approximately 17,000 employees working in more than 300 offices spanning 30 countries.
The Environmental team at WSP specializes in helping clients successfully identify and manage risk within their operations, mitigate environmental obligations related to legacy sites and facilities through pragmatic and innovative technical solutions, and prepare for tomorrow by designing and implementing sustainability strategies to achieve competitive efficiencies on both a regional and global scale.
For more information on WSP USA and the Environmental team, please visit, www.wspgroup.com/