After successful completion of Trent’s Environmental Chemistry degree, students can move into work in environmental labs, or continue education in the field at the graduate level. There is demand for this type of focused, specialized work.
What kind of work is available in environmental chemistry?
Typical job duties include collecting water, air, soil, and biota samples for analyses, analyze and communicate results of analyses, developing techniques for chemical analyses, and contribute to the solving of problems such as the safer production of chemicals, better responses to chemical spills, and the development of remediation programs. For a more detailed discussion, visit ECO Canada’s profile of an environmental chemist career.
Analytical Laboratory Technician
Environmental Health Inspector
Pollution Control Engineer