Refine your skills with this 6-part, live course emphasizing material most likely to be on the environmental PE exam. Sessions cover water and air-related topics, emissions sources, control strategies, and public health. Benefit from:
Environmental PE Exam Review course starts February 1! Register now!
Have 2 or more engineers preparing for the exam in the same location? Group rates are available — see course options below.
Sponsored by Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI).
Course starts February 1!
Learn from experts and pass the PE Environmental Exam. All sessions take place at 3–5PM Eastern Time.
has over 15 years of experience in air permitting and regulatory compliance. He is a Permitting Manager with Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District where he is responsible for administering federal and local air pollution permitting programs and providing training and oversight to engineering staff. His prior experience includes compliance and enforcement management of industrial compliance section and field staff to ensure compliance, administration of asbestos abatement and gasoline vapor recovery permit and inspection programs.
Matt has a BS in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering and an Environmental Engineering Certificate from the University of Kentucky College of Engineering.
has 13 years of consulting engineering experience focused in design, operations and regulatory compliance for wastewater collection and treatment, industrial pre-treatment, MS4, and overflow abatement programs. He has managed and designed capital projects ranging from $10,000 to $12 million, and worked for municipal and industrial clients throughout Kentucky, Indiana, and along the Gulf Cost.
Derrick has developed and delivered several treatment plant operations and maintenance manuals and accompanying instruction for plant operators. He has taught college level water and wastewater treatment course and has a BS and MS in Civil Engineering from Purdue University.
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