Environmental Engineering is a cross-over field using engineering principles to improve the natural environment and help create lasting solutions for the earth's growing population. Environmental Engineers are generally trained as either civil or chemical engineers first, depending on the focus they take in terms of Environmental Engineering. The range of specializations includes water treatment, energy production and preservation, air pollution control and a wide variety of public health issues. The need for Environmental Engineers continues to grow as the global population expands and our natural and manmade environments change
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