Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineers use engineering and scientific principles for the improvement of the environment (built and natural). Environmental engineering needs the practice and knowledge of a variety of sciences (mainly applied): Physics, chemistry, environmental microbiology, geo-sciences, hydrology, etc. Management of the environment Environmental engineering can also be defined as the management of the interaction of human/human societies and environment

Notes to Read/Refer;

Codes/Standards to Follow;

CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF SEPTIC TANKS AND ASSOCIATED EFFLUENT DISPOSAL SYSTEMS

TOURISM ACT, No. 38 OF 2005 (PARLIAMENT OF THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF SRI LANKA)

News and Research Papers to Refer;

Determination of most favorable conditions for an optimum water treatment.

Design of floating wetland for treatment of municipal wastewater and environmental assessment using emergy technique

Evaluation of a Water Budget Model for Use in Wetland Design

APPLICATION OF PLANTS IN CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS IN SRI LANKA – A MINI-REVIEW

Application of Floating Wetlands for Enhanced Storm-water Treatment: A Review

HAND BOOKS;

Sanitary Sewer Design Criteria

Sewerage Manual (with Euro-codes incorporated)

National Wetland Directory of Sri Lanka

A HANDBOOK OF CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS


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