NATURE AND CULTURE
ENERGY AND CLIMATE
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
CONSERVATION
ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (EMS)
E&E ENGINEERING

Engineering: Addressing an Ecosystems Approach
Environmental and ecological engineering integrates engineering principles, science and design with the principles of biology and ecology. Preparatory design, develop and implementation of sustainable solutions integrate a mutual beneficial approach to both natural systems and systems significantly affected by human activities. Specific example areas of this research include: land use management systems involving renewable, biological resources and ecological systems; preservation and improvement of soil and water resources, water and air quality; non-point source pollution and site mitigation; water use management and conservation through irrigation and surface and subsurface drainage; ecosystem (e.g. wetland) restoration; soil health and erosion mitigation; biological waste, nutrient management and by-product recovery and reuse; environmental restoration and protection; soil hydrology and bioremediation; and environmental policy and law.

Our Commitment: E&E Engineering
The Centre's commitment and communicative lines with engineering consulting firms, government agencies and non-governmental organisations has expanded via advanced backdrop of educative methods integrating engineering, science, law and business. Environmental and ecological engineering strengthens to serve people and the planet. Our engineering expertise includes a vast knowledge base in drinking water and wastewater treatment systems, improving air quality, fostering sustainable development and developing sustainable technologies that conserve natural resources.