Environmental Science and Engineering

DSC_4514 - Version 2Environmental Science and Engineering is the application of sound science and engineering principles to the development of sustainable industrial processes and ecosystems. The research covers all aspects of environmental science and engineering from understanding the behavior of pollutants in natural environments to improving waste treatment processes and developing green technologies. Research includes the use of bacteria to remediate groundwater polluted with industrial solvents; evaluation of the sources of air pollution and their public health impacts; and the development of artificial wetlands for water treatment.

Cluster Members:

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Cluster Leader: E. Edwards
E.J. Acosta
D.G. Allen
C. Ambidge
G. Azimi
E. Bobicki
D.G.B. Boocock
A. Chan
M.E. Charles
Y.-H. (Cathy) Chin
G.J. Evans
R.R. Farnood
C.Q. Jia
D. Kirk
R. Mahadevan
C. Mims
V.G. Papangelakis
E. Passeport
A. Ramchandran
D.W. Reeve
B. Saville
A.F. Yakunin
N. Yan
J. Abbott (Chemistry)
B. Andrews (Civil Engineering)
D. Bagley (Civil Engineering)
T. F. Bidleman (Environment Canada)
J. Brook (Environment Canada)
J.H. Carey (Environment Canada)
M. Diamond (Earth Sciences)
J. Donaldson (Chemistry)
R. Fulthorpe (Physical Sciences)
S. Gong (Environment Canada)
T. Harner (Environment Canada)
S.N. Liss (Queen’s University)
S. Mabury (Chemistry)
D. Mackay (Trent University)
B. McKague (CanSyn Chem. Corp)
B. Sherwood Lollar (Earth Sciences)
B. Sleep (Civil Engineering)
M. Thomson (MIE)
F. Wania (Physical Sciences)