Brian Noel

Brian Noel HeadshotBrian Noel

Manager of Consulting Services

Trinity Consultants

Brian Noel, PE,  serves as the manager of Trinity's Albany, New York Office. He joined Trinity Consultants in 2016 and prior to that had more than 20 years of industrial experience, of which more than 15 years were focused on air, permitting, compliance and air pollution control.  

During his time at Trinity, Brian has led air permitting efforts, annual emission statements and compliance audits for several facilities, including those in the chemical and cement manufacturing industries, academia, bulk petroleum terminals, hazardous waste combustion (HWC), research and development (R&D) facilities. 
Prior to joining Trinity, Brian held air compliance focused environmental manager and engineer roles within one of the country's largest manufacturers of products and equipment ranging from household goods to power generation, transmission and distribution to transportation; and a U.S. leader in the production of engineered thermoplastics. He has experience evaluating air compliance requirements and permitting needs at well over 100 facilities conducting all forms of manufacturing and equipment repair. This broad permitting experience and industry expertise allows Brian to quickly understand and meet the needs of clients in a variety of industrial segments. 
Brian is a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee for EM Magazine, the Air & Water Management Association's monthly publication focused on Environmental Managers. In this role, he performs peer reviews for articles submitted for this publication, and coordinates issues on topics within his area of expertise - most notably issues dedicated to NESHAPs and Air Toxics.   

He graduated with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and a Minor in Environmental Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a B.S. in Chemistry from the State University of New York at Fredonia. He achieved Professional Engineer licensure in 2014 and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ohio and New York.


Panelist | EJ and DAC Project and Permitting Practices
2023 Annual Environment Conference