Here is where participants create, organize and develop learning resources for environmental engineering. Environmental engineering is the application of scientific and engineering principles to improve the natural air, water, and/or land resources, to provide healthier water, air, and land for human habitation and for other organisms, and to unpollute polluted sites.
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- Introduction to Environmental Engineering
- Contaminated land management and site remediation
- Risk assessment
- Environmental policy and regulation development
- Solid waste management
- Hazardous waste management
- Environmental health and safety
- Natural resource management
- Noise pollution
- Geographic information system (GIS)
- Carbon capture and storage
- Pollution Remediation
- Life Cycle Analysis
Sanitary Engineering 
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