Obejctive of the course is that students master the basics and advances in environmental engineering, general environmental concerns at the macro and micro level and solving the general and partial environmental resource problems. Identification the optimal technology from the stand point of economy, social needs, requirements, abilities and techniques. To enable listeners to initiate and carry out the introduction and implementation of ISO 14000 in the organization, initiate and solve the most important environmental questions posed in front of the modern company.
The students will have developed the ability to act, analyzing and generalizing the decision-making process between economy-society-technique-ecology.
Introduction to environmental engineering. Sustainable development. Technical and technological development and environmental engineering. Population growth and its impact on the use of available resources. Basic physical and chemical laws in environmental engineering. Environmental natural incidents, classification and division. Possibility of events. Air protection. Protection of water. Solid waste. Noise as a pollutant. Electromagnetic waves as a source of pollution. Environmental management ISO 14000 standards. Ecology ethics.
Lecture exercises – Basic physical and chemical laws in ecological engineering. Air protection. Climate change. Water as a resource. Wastewater. Economic analysis of water protection. Solid wastes. Sound pollution. ISO 14000 standatds.
Computer exercises that follow the teotetical classes. Visiting the organization with developed a system of environmental protection. Instruction and consultative work in the implementation of seminar paper.
Study program: Environmental engineering
Lectures: Milan Pavlović, Ph.D.
Exercises: Snežana Filip, M.Sc.
dr Milan Pavlović, full professor
1. Pavlović Milan. Resursi i ekologija. Univerzitet u Novom Sadu,Tehnički fakultet „Mihajlo Pupin”, Zrenjanin, 2002.
2. Pavlović Milan. Ekološko inženjerstvo. Univerzitet u Novom Sadu,Tehnički fakultet „Mihajlo Pupin”, Zrenjanin, 2011.