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View Resource Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE)

The Partnership for Environmental Technology Education (PETE) is a nonprofit organization that provides environmental education and training through partnerships with community and technical colleges. The PETE network includes of 400 community and technical colleges, this representing over one-third of American two-year institutions, and extends across all 50 states. These institutions team...

View Resource Occupational Analysis: Hazardous Materials Technical Coordinator

The Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC) has provided this document which includes an overview of general required competencies for hazardous materials technical coordinators. Areas of required expertise include interpreting regulations, developing/maintaining procedures and plans, and managing hazardous materials and substances. Users must download this resource for...

View Resource Handbook of Industrial Water Treatment

This site contains a forty-chapter text including chapters on environmental consideration, aeration, filtration, membrane systems, ion exchange, boiler water systems, cooling water systems, wastewater and gas cleaning systems, and analytical methods and equipment.

View Resource Developing Water Quality Index

The student will identify microorganisms in samples taken from natural sites. Access to the free lesson requires quick and free registration with ATEEC.

View Resource Fundamentals of Energy in Buildings

Part of MIT\'s innovative OpenCourseWare Project, that provides materials from MIT classes to the public on the web, this site provides materials from a undergraduate introductory course on energy issues in buildings. Topics covered include heating and cooling systems, heat transfer of building materials, air and water vapor effects, and design strategies. The site provides a syllabus,...

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