Environmental Engineer

Environmental Engineer
Combine aspects of a variety of engineering fields and collaborate with scientists to prevent, manage, or repair environmental damage involved in processes of waste treatment and pollution control. Research problems and possible solutions, design systems to address the issues, and advise government agencies or corporations regarding proper procedures and other considerations. Effectively implement measures for creating and maintaining safe water, air, and soil quality. Design to laws and guidelines and obtain necessary permits.

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Engineering, Architecture, Science and Mathematics

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