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Environmental Engineering Division Technical Commitees
Environmental Engineering Division Policies
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The ASME Environmental Engineering Division (EED) promotes the art, science and practice of engineering in all issues pertaining to the environment. Originally, the Division’s main business was pollution controls for emissions from electric power generation plants (e.g., Flue Gas Desulfurization, NOx Control, etc.). Today, the Division fosters developments and applications in air, ground, and water pollution technologies and is breaking ground into many multi-disciplinary areas of the environment.
The EED disseminates information on the technical and economic aspects of environmental technologies through the publication of technical papers and by sponsoring conferences and training courses.
For a complete listing of the various EED Technical Sub-Committees, please click on the following link: https://community.asme.org/environmental_engineering_technical/default.aspx
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Rafael G. Beltran Pulido, PE ASME Life Member since 1976
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