Environmental Technology is a career field that applies the principles of math, science, technology, engineering, communication, economics, and law to ensure the health and safety of the worker and community, and protection of the environment. This career field encompasses the management and conservation of natural resources, regulatory compliance, and sustainability.
An environmental technician communicates and applies knowledge, skills, and abilities, and is qualified to perform scientific, technical, and regulatory tasks. Local, state, federal, and/or professional credentials (certifications or licenses) may be required for certain occupations.
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ATEEC is focused on improving knowledge and resources for environmental education.
Our general focus is on water and wastewater careers, but we have additional resources for energy and environmental resources as well.
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