Profile of Brian Sulley

Brian Sulley
Technical Director | Principal

Brian is a Technical Director whose air quality emissions and dispersion modelling work has benefitted our clients in almost every industrial and institutional sector served by RWDI. Brian’s experience includes heavy industry such as mining, aggregate extraction, hot mix asphalt production, cement plants, pulp and paper mills, petrochemical facilities, and automotive production, through to institutional facilities such as hospitals and universities. Brian sits on the Board of the Ontario Section of the Air & Waste Management Association, and is an active member with the Ontario Environmental Industry Association. Brian also sits on the Environment Committee of the Ontario Stone Sand and Gravel Association, providing guidance and training to members on fugitive dust management and control, as well as regulatory compliance requirements. In addition to working directly with clients to meet air quality objectives and comply with regulations, Brian acts as a technical lead for our Air Quality modelling group, overseeing scientists and engineers across Canada at work on a range of emissions inventory, monitoring and modelling projects. In this capacity, Brian is responsible for coaching and mentoring staff with a wide range of technical backgrounds and specialties, as well as planning for long term technical development, ensuring that RWDI is at the forefront of new techniques and knowledge.

An experienced consultant focused on air quality, emissions and dispersion in multiple industries


    • Bachelor of Applied Science (Environmental [Chemical] Engineering), University of Waterloo, Canada

    • Professional Engineer, Ontario
    • Member, Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA)
    • Instructor, Air Pollution Control, Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
    • Instructor, An Introduction to Air Quality, Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

    • Air quality
    • Air quality regulations and permitting
    • Bulk handling facilities
    • Emission inventories
    • Fugitive dust assessments
    • Greenhouse gas quantification and verification
    • Health and educational institutions
    • Meteorological modelling
    • Mining
    • Petrochemicals
    • Photochemical modelling
    • Process engineering
    • Pulp and paper
    • Regional modelling
    • Regulatory dispersion modelling