►Environmental engineering is the branch of engineering concerned with the application of scientific and engineering principles for protection of human populations from the effects of adverse environmental factors; protection of environments, both local and global, from the potentially deleterious effects of natural and human activities; and improvement of environmental quality.✴
【Topics covered in this App are Listed Below】
⇢ Why Environmental Engineering?
⇢ What Is an Environmental Engineering?
⇢ What Does an Environmental Engineer Do?
⇢ Where Does an Environmental Engineer Work?
⇢ What Is the Average Environmental Engineer Salary?
⇢ Environmental Engineering Jobs & Job Description.
⇢ What Is the Job Demand for Environmental Engineering?
⇢ How Do I Get an Environmental Engineering Degree?
⇢ Environmental Engineering Licensure.
⇢ Environmental Engineering Related Degrees.
⇢ What Kind of Societies and Professional Organizations Do Environmental Engineers Have?
⇢ The gas laws.
⇢ Sulphur pollutants.
⇢ Oxides of nitrogen.
⇢ Volatile Organic Compounds(VOC) and Ozone.
⇢ Carbon Monoxide.
⇢ Metals in the Atmosphere.
⇢ Chlorinated Pollutants.
⇢ Greenhouse Gases Part I: Background.
⇢ Greenhouse gases Part II: Mitigation measures, emission targets and carbon trading.
⇢ Radioactivity in the Atmosphere.
⇢ Assessing Environmental Impact
⇢ Environmental Assessment
⇢ Use Of Risk Analysis In Environmental Assessment
⇢ Risk Analysis
⇢ Dose-Response Evaluation
⇢ Sources Of Water Pollution
⇢ Effect Of Pollution On Lakes
⇢ Effect Of Pollution On Groundwater
⇢ Measurement of Water Quality
⇢ Biochemical Oxygen Demand
⇢ Nitrogen And Phosphorus
⇢ Heavy Metals
⇢ Water Supply
⇢ Pumps and Pumping
⇢ Water Treatment
⇢ Water Treatment
⇢ Collection of Wastewater
⇢ System Layout
⇢ Sludge Treatment and Disposal
⇢ Sludge Treatment
⇢ Ultimate Disposal
⇢ Nonpoint Source Water Pollution
⇢ Construction Nonpoint Source Pollution
⇢ Solid Waste
⇢ Reuse, Recycling, and Resource Recovery
⇢ Hazardous Waste
⇢ Waste Processing And Handling
⇢ Transportation Of Hazardous Wastes