Modern and advanced research and teaching facilities are available to graduate students and undergraduates in the Environmental Engineering program. This recently renovated space has been retrofitted with new fume hoods and modern analytical equipment including: gas and liquid chromatographs, mass spectrometers, genome sequencers, and fluorescence and atomic microscopes. Our aim is to be the global leader in wastewater and drinking water analysis. The overall goals of the research are:
1. Treatment to maximize resource recovery
2. Recovery of these resources from gas and liquid streams
3. Conversion of biosolids to added value resources and
4. Address emerging contaminants and their removal from urban systems.