What Do Environmental Technicians Do?
Institutions such as government agencies, public works administration agencies, for-profit and non-profit organizations study the environment and the effects of proposed or existing man-made infrastructure. The environmental technician goes into the field to examine soil and water samples; he or she may use a variety of instruments to detect air cleanliness as well. Using sensitive laboratory equipment, the environmental technician studies these samples to determine how existing structures are c…Read more
- Inspect operational behavior for compliance and irregularities, collecting data, and making recommendations.
- Communicate and document information about hazards, dangers, and air/site quality.
- Inspect equipment and tools for appropriate maintenance, cleaning, monitoring, and performance.
- Oversee construction, manufacturing, or other operations to ensure safe working environment and minimal environmental disruption.