Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineers can impact the world and our daily lives on both local and global scale. They protect and preserve human health, wildlife and the environment by providing healthy water, air and land to sustain life at all levels.  Through systems and structures that they have designed, constructed, and maintained, environmental engineering are essential in the delivery clean water, removal hazardous wastes and mediation of global warming.  Faculty at the Case School of Engineering are involved in research projects that relate to water supply and resources, environmental systems modeling, , wastewater management, solid waste management, hazardous waste management and remediation, atmospheric systems and air pollution control, and environmental and occupational health.