Brian Dolansky has 20 years of experience in Environmental Health and Safety and sustainability programs. He is an Environmental Scientist, a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP), a Certified Hazardous Material Manager and a member of the Union for Concerned Scientists.
Brian began his career with the Environmental Protection Agency where he was selected to be part of an international effort to conduct a water quality assessment of the Great Lakes. In 1999, he assumed the Executive Director role of Ecolutions, a pollution prevention NGO headquartered in Los Angeles. Under his direction, Ecolutions established two of Los Angeles County’s first curbside used oil recycling programs and multiple organic gardens within the Los Angeles and Hawthorn Unified School Districts.
In 2009 he entered into the private sector to lead the Environmental, Health and Safety division for Multiquip Inc. where he developed the company’s 14001 ISO EHS – MS, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability programs, reduced energy consumption by 15% and hazardous waste generation by 45%.
As the Director of Environmental, Health and Safety at CODA Electric, he was responsible for certifying the company’s 100,000sq ft headquarters under the United States Green Building Counsel’s LEED EB program, developing sustainable and socially responsible supplier agreements and logistic programs, and implementing a global EHS-MS.