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|What is Environmental Engineering?||Related Careers|
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|Miscellaneous Links||OSU School of Chemical, Biological & Environmental Engineering|
According to the School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, "Environmental engineers manage our environment for the benefit of humanity and nature. They provide engineering solutions to problems with our land, air and water resources. In both public and private practice, environmental engineers work in interdisciplinary teams to manage environmental problems through application of scientific, engineering, and social skills. These include issues of air pollution and control, water supply and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, solid and hazardous waste disposal, control of hazardous substances, pollution in surface and groundwaters, public health, and the ecological health of our environment."
|Agricultural Scientist||Forest Ranger|
|Aire Pollution Analyst||Forester|
|Air/Water Quality Manager||Fund Raiser|
|Biochemist||Geographic Data Analyst|
|Chemical Technician||Hazardous Waste Manager|
|Civil Engineer||Industrial Environmental Manager|
|Climatological Specialist||Laboratory Assistant|
|Conservation Agent||Management Consultant|
|Conservation Analyst||Meteorological Analyst|
|Earth Scientist||Natural Resoures Specialist|
|Environmental Educator||Project Manager|
|Environmental Engineer||Range Manager|
|Environmental Lawyer||Resource Economist|
|Environmental Planner||Risk Assessment Specialist|
|Environmental Policy Manager||Transportation Specialist|
|Environmental Scientist||Urban/Regional Planner|
|Environmental Toxicologist||Wildlife Manager|
|Ability to Apply Concepts & Formulas||Background in Engineering Principles & Environmental Science||Organization Skills|
|Analysis Skills||Communication Skills (Oral & Written)||Team Player|
|Attention to Detail||Information Gathering, Data Evaluation & Summarizing Skills||Work Well Independently|
Occupational Outlook Handbook - The following links also provide a summary of the career, what they do, the work environment, how to become one, the job outlook, similar occupations and contacts for more information.
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