ONONDAGA CLEANUP CAREERS
Your boys Hariz 73-Joey 82
Dredging is an excavation activity or operation usually carried out at least partly underwater in shallow seas or fresh water areas with the purpose of gathering up bottom sediments and disposing of them at a different location This technique is often used to keep waterways navigable It is also used as a way to replenish sand on some public beaches where sand has been lost because of coastal erosion Dredging is also used as a technique for fishing for certain species of edible clams and crabs see fishing dredge A dredger is any device machine or vessel that is used to excavate and remove material from the bottom of a body of water.
a person who designs, builds, or maintains engines, machines, or public works.
Most industries rely on a form of mechanical systems and mechanical engineering is thought to be one of the most diverse of all engineering disciplines. There are employment opportunities available in a wide range of sectors, such as the manufacturing, power, construction and medical industries.
Mechanical engineers provide efficient solutions to the development of processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plant, machinery or vehicles. They can work on all stages of a product, from research and development to design and manufacture, through to installation and final commissioning.
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/about_6386035_job-description-environmental-specialist.html
2) Review or evaluate designs for water detention facilities, storm drains, flood control facilities, or other hydraulic structures.
3) Negotiate for water rights with communities or water facilities to meet water supply demands.
4) Perform hydrologic, hydraulic, or water quality modeling.
5) Compile water resource data, using geographic information systems (GIS) or global position systems (GPS) software.
6) Compile and maintain documentation on the health of a body of water.
nautral recources program educater
Honeywell visitors center
The Onondaga Lake Visitors Center is adjacent to I-690 along the southwest shoreline of Onondaga Lake.