Environmental professionals encouraged to join interactive LinkedIn page.
The Environmental Professional Sector of the Society has launched its new group page on LinkedIn.
The group’s aim is to use the Society site as a collaborative online space to reflect best-practice and standardisation of environmental engineering activities.
It will promote relevant and newsworthy articles of interest, and will cover lifecycle considerations such as the design, testing and assessment of products and systems that will lead to a greater understanding of their integrity, performance, reliability, service life, reusability, and disposability.
Professor Steve Burnage, Environmental Professional Sector Chair, said: “Our intention in setting up this page on LinkedIn is to create further engagement for the Environmental Professional Sector by providing an area that is easily accessible and interactive with members. I would encourage anyone to join the group who is interested in progressing environmental practices within our industry sector.”
Information on how to apply and develop sustainable technologies and methodologies will be posted to the group. It will provide a regular update of the Environmental Professional Sector’s activities, which will include the Chartered Environmental Engineer (CEnv) registration and award, and the Society’s new licence to award the Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP).
Those who wish to be part of this new, progressive environmental engineering group, can request access via this link: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13955858/