What Does the Study of Environmental Engineering Involve?
Environmental engineering involves the study of natural and man-made systems, using the principles of biology, chemistry, and physics. Environmental engineers are trained to:
- Develop solutions to global and local environmental issues
- Protect our natural resources and wildlife
- Provide safe drinking water
- Restore contaminated areas
- Design infrastructure for pollution control and sanitation
- Properly treat and dispose of airborne, liquid, or solid wastes
- Safeguard public health through engineering controls
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