According to the University of Arkansas's Environmental Engineering program, environmental engineers focus on problems related to the quality of water, air, soils, and sediments. They work in areas of drinking water treatment distributions systems, wastewater collection and treatment systems, solid waste disposal, air pollution control, hazardous waste management, and contaminated site remediation Water resources engineers work in areas related to the quantity of water, in which aspects of hydrology and hydraulics are applied to water supply management (cities, industries, agriculture, floods, and droughts), environmental protection and restoration, and habitat protection and rehabilitation.

Communication (Written and Verbal) Creativity
Critical Thinking Decision Making
Gather Information Management
Mathematics Perceive Patterns and Structures
Precision and Accuracy Problem Solving
Quality Control Analysis Spreadsheet Software Proficiency
Summarize Research Findings Technical Writing
Use Laboratory Equipment

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