Do environmental engineers usually work on a construction site, in nature, or both?


Question #2: In what setting do chemical engineers usually work?

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  • 9 years ago
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    I'm civil not enviro but most of the enviro engineers I know work at water treatment plants or for wetlands reserves. There are some other enviro companies I know I just don't know what exactly they do.

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  • 9 years ago

    All faculties work in nature. working with nature is another thing...

    Environmental Engineers usually study civil engineering with environmental as the choice in the final yr of the degree program. they should be able to produce basic drawing and structures as a civil engineer works. Their main focus however, is to harmonize the built environment with nature. eg energy efficient buildings, waste water treatment plants etc

    Chemical engineers- work to harmonize chemical processes engaged in manufacturing with nature as well as help counteract chemical effects on the environment.

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