Many environmental engineers act as consultants to mediate environmental problems and come from the approach of chemistry and biology. They might work to ensure safe and proper waste disposal, water treatment, ozone treatment, or wildlife protection, to name a few. According to surveys in 2002, almost half of environmental engineers work in professional, scientific, and technical services, and about 1/3 worked in governmental agencies. The remaining portion were employed in manufacturing industries.
Basically, environmental engineers solve or prevent problems with the environment. Their use of engineering is catered around idenifying and working for natural causes.
For example, if the government is constructing a dam. An environmental engineer works with the building consturctors to help build or place the dam in such a manner so the surrounding area would be impacted the least.
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