Environmental engineering involves pollution control of all issues relating to the environment.
Municipalities, counties and other water suppliers are facing complex issues such as increased regulations, legislative initiatives and aging infrastructures. As regulations governing water use become more stringent, it is becoming more challenging to provide consumers with safe, high quality drinking water at a reasonable cost.
Protecting public waterways and drinking water supplies requires dependable wastewater treatment systems. Municipalities, counties, regional authorities and industries are finding it difficult to meet the increasing regulations required in wastewater management. Aging collection systems and treatment facilities make it difficult for even small systems to meet new, more stringent treatment levels and can often result in fines for non-compliance.