Fuad Wadud, PE, is a Principal Environmental Engineer based in Washington with more than 20 years of experience focused on air quality permitting and energy transition services.
Fuad addresses industrial facilities and major capital projects across many industries, including pulp and paper mills, oil and gas operations, power-generating facilities, natural gas compressor stations, printing and surface coating facilities, secondary metal recovery facilities, aluminum smelters, steel mills, cement kilns, and ethanol and biodiesel production plants. His background includes preparing and negotiating large and complex Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permit applications, Title V permitting projects, and regulatory agency negotiations. He specializes in air permitting services, regulatory applicability and analyses, emission inventory preparation including for greenhouse gases and air toxics, compliance demonstrations, best available control technology (BACT) analyses, and historical permit reviews. Fuad has experience working with multiple state regulations in the United States and Canada. Earlier in his career, Fuad was an environmental engineer with a state agency, where he evaluated new and modified sources of air contaminants for many types of industrial, manufacturing, and energy sources.
To advance the state of the practice, Fuad regularly participates in conferences related to upcoming environmental legislations, air quality management, and sustainability. He also helps prepare summary papers for new environmental regulations, policies, and guidance to share with peers and clients.