Occupational Summary

Environmental engineers in the petrochemical industry are responsible for obtaining the necessary environmental permits and ensuring that the facility complies with those permits. Key areas include air, water and waste. They provide leadership and training to facility personnel to educate workers on environmental considerations and ensure compliance with permitting requirements. They handle interaction with oversight agencies and coordinate reporting. Strong math and science skills required.

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in chemical, environmental engineering or civil engineering or in a related field with environmental experience. Equivalent years of military service may be acceptable, in lieu of experience.

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Pennsylvania Chemicals Project

The Pennsylvania Chemicals plant will be located on the banks of the Ohio River in Beaver County. It will produce two main classifications of polyethylene. The project will bring new growth and jobs to the region, with an expected 600 permanent employees once completed.

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