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    Environmental Engineering EVEG 3110 January 21, 2004
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    Environmental Engineers… are technical professionals who identify and design solutions for environmental problems   Historically a sub-discipline  Civil Engineering-Public Sector Chemical Engineering-Industry Agricultural Engineering-Agriculture 
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    “Sanitary Engineering” Water Treatment Wastewater Treatment Solid Waste Traditionally Housed in Civil Engineering Civil Electrical Mechanical
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    Undergraduate Degree    (Civil Engineering)  Graduate Environmental Degree Traditional Approach Malone: B. S.  Civil Engineering (1972)          Loyola-Marymount, CA M.S.  Civil and Environmental Engineering         Utah State (1976) Ph.D. Civil and Environmental Engineering          Utah State (1979) P.E.   Louisiana as Civil          Louisiana as Environmental Registration (CE)
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    Environmental Engineers…
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