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Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineers work towards making the air, water and land habitable for us to live in.  They're concerned with waste-management, pollution and other environmental hazards.

Environmental Engineers are closely related to Civil Engineers in that they help with the challenges of new construction trying to minimize the effect on the environment during construction and then with the management of waste-disposal.

Environmental Engineers also concern themselves with world-wide environmental issues such as global warming, acid rain and ozone depletion.

As our concerns with the health of our planet intensify, the work of Environmental Engineers will become increasingly important.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean average salary for Environmental Engineers is $80,705.

California hires the most Environmental Engineers with Massachusetts being the state with the highest concentration of Environmental Engineers.  New Mexico is paying the highest hourly wage for Environmental Engineers.

Schools listed on this page offer programs in Environmental Engineering.

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