Environmental Management

Course Description

Comprehensive overview of applicable air pollution, water pollution, drinking water and toxic environmental laws and regulations in the U.S. In addition, various pollution sources, and their impact are presented. Specific strategies to develop and implement environmental management practices are presented.

Learning Outcomes

  • Analyze environmental issues (air, water, hazardous and solid waste) and regulations affecting the global Industries.
  • Demonstrate pollution sources, pathways, and measurement methods
  • Develop environmental management strategies to control pollutants and implementation processes

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