|Faculty:||School of Trades and Technology
|Field of Study:||Environmental Engineering Technology/Environmental Technology
|Description:||Water resources throughout Canada and the world are being impacted by stresses from population and technological growth, contamination, and mismanagement, along with global climate change. The Environmental Engineering Technology - Water Resources program will provide you with the necessary skills, education, and training to be able to assume responsibilities as an engineering technologist in the management, protection, development, and use of this essential resource.
Potential employers include organizations or companies concerned with groundwater and surface water quality and supply, waste management, environmental studies, land use, and resource management. Opportunities exist with engineering consulting firms; regulatory agencies; federal, provincial, and municipal governments; groundwater and surface water service sectors; the water and wastewater treatment industry; organizations concerned with solid waste disposal; and industries that must monitor process water and wastewater quality.