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Tad Radzinski, P.E., LEED A.P.

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Tad Radzinski, P.E., LEED AP founder and president of Sustainable Solutions Corporation has over 24 years of diversified experience providing sustainable industry services, green building and sustainable community design, as well as project engineering, design and construction management for multiple renewable energy systems and green building projects. Tad is a recognized leader in sustainable design and development and teaches and speaks extensively on his experience with designing sustainable buildings, communities and industrial systems. He has made it possible for corporations and other clients to save more than $60 million through waste minimization; resource, water and energy conservation; and other sustainable practices.


Tad served as the Waste Minimization Program National Expert for the Environmental Protection Agency from 1997 to 2007. He received numerous awards from EPA including two national Notable Achievement Awards and a Superior Service Medal for "outstanding collaboration with industry which reduced 100 million pounds of waste, saved 1.6 billion gallons of water, and saved industry $42 million." He integrated EPA Reinvention Programs (Project XL, Common Sense Initiative, and Sustainable Development) into the Waste Minimization program.

He is the past president of the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy located in Schwenksville, PA. Prior to joining EPA, Tad served as a Project Manager for Junkins Engineering, Inc., an environmental consulting firm. He also worked for PECO Energy Company as a mechanical and systems engineer.

Tad is the founder and Project Manager of the Delaware Valley Sustainability Center in Limerick, PA. This proposed LEED Platinum green building and 18 acre site will provide state-of-the-art education on all aspects of sustainable development and green building design including: renewable energy, energy efficiency, watershed protection, low impact development, and sustainable site and community design. 

Tad serves as an Adjunct Professor at Villanova University teaching graduate classes in Principles of Sustainable Development and Industrial Pollution Prevention. He assisted Villanova with developing a certificate program in Sustainable Engineering and a planned Masters Degree in Sustainable Development/Engineering. Tad is also an instructor for the Sustainable Building Advisor Program at Bucks County Community College. This nine month program prepares working professionals for certification as National Sustainable Building Advisors.


Tad has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University (1991) and an M.S. in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering from Villanova University (1995). He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Pennsylvania (1995), a LEED Accredited Professional (2001), and is trained as an ISO-14001 lead auditor. Tad is an active member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, and the United States Green Building Council.