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TCC : Current Students : Academics : Wakulla Environmental Institute

EVR1263 Urban Pollution

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3 credit hour(s) | On Demand
Prerequisite(s): documented exemption, appropriate placement scores or completion of developmental education reading, writing and mathematics.
This course provides an overview of urban pollution issues in a historical context and through examining current urban pollution priorities. Topics include the history of environmental services in urban America related to wastewater sanitation, water supply contamination, public refuse management, industrial waste impacts, air pollution and surface water issues. An in-depth examination of advancements in environmental technology, management practices and public service related to these topics will be pursued. Online: 3 hours.


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For more information contact Wakulla Environmental Institute by phone (850) 558-3500 or e-mail wei@tcc.fl.edu.

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