Lean and Green Services

Paul Gietka, P.E.
Green Services

Paul has a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and a M.S.degree in Civil Engineering with an Environmental Concentration. He is a registered professional engineer in Maryland. His 30 years of experience include extensive work in engineering and project management in complex manufacturing and industrial environments, including compliance with air and water regulations, waste minimization, manufacturing process automation and facility modernization. Paul's current areas of concentration are in the varied aspects of industrial waste management, including regulatory issues and pollution prevention, as well as related manufacturing modernization technologies.

Dave Rizzardo
Lean Services

Dave received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University in 1982. Dave worked in industry for 17 years in various positions focusing on quality/productivity improvement and the implementation of Lean Manufacturing principles. Dave's career began as a Manufacturing Engineer with AMP, Incorporated in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Following nine years at AMP, Dave obtained a Project Engineering position with Becton Dickinson in Sparks, Maryland where his major responsibilities included developing new manufacturing processes for Disposable Diagnostic Devices. Dave then worked for Stewart Connector Systems, Incorporated in Glen Rock, Pennsylvania. There, his primary responsibility was leading employee teams in the planning and implementation of cellular manufacturing methodologies. In 1999, Dave joined the Technology Extension Service in the Northern Regional Office. Dave's area of concentration has been the development of Lean Manufacturing training and implementation services.




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