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Environmental Engineering Technicians

Environmental Engineering Technicians

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Environmental Engineering Technicians Description

Apply theory and principles of environmental engineering to modify, test, and operate equipment and devices used in the prevention, control, and remediation of environmental problems, including waste treatment and site remediation, under the direction of engineering staff or scientist. May assist in the development of environmental remediation devices.

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Environmental Engineering Technicians Tasks
Core Tasks
  • Review technical documents to ensure completeness and conformance to requirements.
  • Perform laboratory work such as logging numerical and visual observations, preparing and packaging samples, recording test results, and performing photo documentation.
  • Maintain project logbook records or computer program files.
  • Receive, set up, test, or decontaminate equipment.
  • Assist in the cleanup of hazardous material spills.
  • Inspect facilities to monitor compliance with regulations governing substances such as asbestos, lead, or wastewater.
  • Oversee support staff.
  • Maintain process parameters and evaluate process anomalies.
  • Perform environmental quality work in field or office settings.
  • Provide technical engineering support in the planning of projects, such as wastewater treatment plants, to ensure compliance with environmental regulations and policies.
  • Produce environmental assessment reports, tabulating data and preparing charts, graphs, or sketches.
  • Conduct pollution surveys, collecting and analyzing samples such as air and ground water.
  • Obtain product information, identify vendors or suppliers, or order materials or equipment to maintain inventory.
  • Develop work plans, including writing specifications or establishing material, manpower, or facilities needs.
  • Review work plans to schedule activities.
Supplemental Tasks
  • Assess the ability of environments to naturally remove or reduce conventional or emerging contaminants from air, water, or soil.
  • Create models to demonstrate or predict the process by which pollutants move through or impact an environment.
  • Decontaminate or test field equipment used to clean or test pollutants from soil, air, or water.
  • Evaluate and select technologies to clean up polluted sites, restore polluted air, water, or soil, or rehabilitate degraded ecosystems.
  • Model biological, chemical, or physical treatment processes to remove or degrade pollutants.
  • Prepare and package environmental samples for shipping or testing.
  • Improve chemical processes to reduce toxic emissions.
  • Perform statistical analysis and correction of air or water pollution data submitted by industry or other agencies.
  • Prepare permit applications or review compliance with environmental permits.
  • Arrange for the disposal of lead, asbestos, or other hazardous materials.
  • Work with customers to assess the environmental impact of proposed construction or to develop pollution prevention programs.

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